Sunday, 3 March 2013

Entre deux immeubles...

In between two buildings on Place Hoche... like an addendum.

... comme un addendum... Place Hoche.

17 comments:

Lowell said...

That's rather weird. What is it? I saw an article about an architect who built a tall, really skinny building between two other buildings. The human mind works in mysterious ways sometimes!

Randy said...

I would love to see the interior.

Jack said...

I have never before seen such a narrow building.

allison said...

En effet, j'habite juste à côté et j'ai toujours trouvé ces petits "bouches-coins" bizarre ...

Birdman said...

I always wonder how buildings like these came together.

Malyss said...

J'aimerais bien voir l'appartement derrière! Comme on dit dans le midi, c'est "tout esquiché!" ..

Small City Scenes said...

Oh my goodness!! I love it.

My late FIL was Mennonite although he didn't practice that but was raised in Kansas. MB

Sylvia K said...

Wow! You might need to lose weight to live in that part of the building!! Amazing!! I would be curious to see the inside! Have a great week, Ciel!!

Thérèse said...

Effectivement un drole d'ajustement architectural.

Andrew said...

Wonderful to see...

VP said...

What a precious and unusual piece of architecture! I wonder what kind of narrow rooms lie beyond those windows!

VP said...

What a precious and unusual piece of architecture! I wonder what kind of narrow rooms lie beyond those windows!

LONDONLULU said...

I love seeing what people do with tiny spaces, I bet the interior of this would make a great tour too!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

A very intriguing addendum indeed Ciel, investigation is required non?

Cezar and Léia said...

Wonderful picture, I like the reflections!
Léia

Dina said...

It's like that 133 cm wide house they built for our author Etgar Keret in Warsaw. But prettier.

SRQ said...

Oh my...that's an interesting find. And, there are itty bitty balconies there too. Hmmm...I wonder what the story is with this unusual little addition.