Saturday, 3 March 2012

Ecole à Jussieu

A long time ago I had shown you a detail of this school in Jussieu neighbourhood. You can catch up by clicking here.

Il y a longtemps, ici, je vous montrais un détail de cette école à Jussieu.

23 comments:

Robert Geiss said...

Sieht schön aus. Danke für die Erinnerungen an "Schule". Mein Sohn wird auch bald hinmüssen ;)

Ein gutes Wochenende dir.

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

That is a really cool building with great details, the architect and builder put a lot of effort into the finer points.

Bob Crowe said...

What unusual architecture. Impossible to classify.

Jack said...

As the previous commenters have said, this is an attractive place with great details, but it is hard to decipher the style. I like it.

SRQ said...

Unusual looking school. Love the red brick.

Thérèse said...

Amusante l'architecture!

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

I can understand why you return for more shots !

Randy said...

Interesting design. At first sight I thought it was a hospital.

Malyss said...

ça fait tres nordique (vu d'ici), les briques rouges!

Theanne said...

interesting architecture...nice shot!

Cezar and Léia said...

Very interesting architecture, nice place for classes!
God bless you!
Cezar

JM said...

Wonderful architecture and colour!

joo said...

Nice looking school:)
Have a great weekend!

Birdman said...

An interesting design there at the top.

David Thomas said...

Red brick is very popular here in Virginia too. I enjoy taking photos of it. I'm sure if these wall could talk they would have a lot to say!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

So is this where the children go when they are a little older Ciel. I loved in the other shot that the school was called 'Maternelle', sort of made it sound warm and friendly for such young enfants leaving their mama's.

VP said...

Quite a strange building...

EG Wow said...

So much to see and enjoy in this photo: the facade, the long bay window (think that's what it's called(, the fence, the entranceway...

cieldequimper said...

@ those wondering: this to me is typical 1930s-1940s architecture but I could be wrong...

Halcyon said...

It has pretty colors on the outside.

Andrew said...

A beautiful building to see.

Lowell said...

I do believe I remember this school, only your other photo was from a different angle....a high school, right? Great colors in this shot!

Regina K said...

I like the architecture of this building I was going to ask when it was built and ciel you answered.