Sunday, April 22, 2012

Art Deco Architect's Studio - downtown Ocala


20 comments:

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Art deco is distinctive, yet modernist. It enables one to place its origin in the 1930's so distinctively. Where is the style of the 1970's - present?

Randy said...

I could see that as a blogger studio!

David Thomas said...

Something about this place does not inspire me to look within for my architectural needs. Maybe that's my superficial nature. Maybe it's someone just starting out in the business. The sign is pretty cool.

RedPat said...

I love this one Lowell! The font on the sign is timeless and yet by cutting it from checker-plate metal it looks so modern at the same time. And the glass blocks! Love it.

Olivier said...

en effet tres art deco, surtout l'enseigne je trouve

Rajesh said...

Wonderful exterior of the studio.

cieldequimper said...

I like! Now do they design art deco homes?

Chrissy Brand said...

A marvellous building Lowell in my favourite style- Top marks from me ;-)

Chrissy from Manchester: a photo a day at Mancunian Wave

Cezar and Léia said...

Beautiful entrance and I like that door a lot.Your picture has adorable reflections!Very well done!
Léia

Halcyon said...

Cool office! I like those glass bricks.

magiceye said...

lovely composition!

Jarart said...

I love art deco! Nice find.

Linda said...

A very interesting building.

llandudnopictures said...

Great office, sign and sky!

Small City Scenes said...

Art-deco for sure. Those glass bricks remind me of bathrooms. Go figure--don't ask. MB

JM said...

Very cool Art Deco façade. I'm a big fan of this style.

Karl Demetz said...

Looks very good, Randy's comment made me smile...

EG CameraGirl said...

I'm kind of surprised this is an architecture studio. It looks more like a bank. It looks like it was a nice day for taking photos though!

La Principessa Errante said...

A rather eclectic mixture of styles, but nothing like glass block windows to make people think art deco. I too wonder what their specialty is.

Pierre BOYER said...

I love this....
:-)

Pierre

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