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Old September 16th, 2019, 10:36 AM   #11681
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Oh my God! Give me more!!!

This is just amazing!

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Old September 16th, 2019, 05:44 PM   #11682
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I don't understand the right side. Why does it look like it is attached to what was originally a visually pleasant proportional Classical front?

One of the reasons I dislike contemporary interpretations of Classical architecture is the lack of proportion, like everything about the original style revolves around good proportions, according to Vitruvius a building cannot be good if it lacks proportion.
How did he know more about it, in an ancient world, and why do we know and understand so little?
In truth: he would've classified half of the buildings on these pages as architectural illiteracy.

The neighborhoods of Vienna have some of the best in-proportion buildings, buildings we could learn so much from because they're visually very pleasant yet in the same time easy to understand with a single look at them, they literally radiate the core values.
However, row after row they're being torn apart, or 'updated' with modern additions.

Strange contemporary times for Classical architecture.
I dislike most of the examples, not because I dislike Classical architecture (and it's many sub-forms), but because the style is so defined and there are so many surviving examples for us to make such mistakes.
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Old September 16th, 2019, 07:09 PM   #11683
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I don't understand the right side. Why does it look like it is attached to what was originally a visually pleasant proportional Classical front?

One of the reasons I dislike contemporary interpretations of Classical architecture is the lack of proportion, like everything about the original style revolves around good proportions, according to Vitruvius a building cannot be good if it lacks proportion.
How did he know more about it, in an ancient world, and why do we know and understand so little?
In truth: he would've classified half of the buildings on these pages as architectural illiteracy.

The neighborhoods of Vienna have some of the best in-proportion buildings, buildings we could learn so much from because they're visually very pleasant yet in the same time easy to understand with a single look at them, they literally radiate the core values.
However, row after row they're being torn apart, or 'updated' with modern additions.

Strange contemporary times for Classical architecture.
I dislike most of the examples, not because I dislike Classical architecture (and it's many sub-forms), but because the style is so defined and there are so many surviving examples for us to make such mistakes.


Rather than being a pundit, be a contributor. If you dislike what is being posted here, then I would suggest you provide superior examples.
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Old September 16th, 2019, 07:21 PM   #11684
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Old September 16th, 2019, 08:58 PM   #11685
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Rather than being a pundit, be a contributor. If you dislike what is being posted here, then I would suggest you provide superior examples.
If I was to post superior examples, they would've been the upright Neo-Classical buildings we've had from the Renaissance to the early decades of the XXth century when some of the last dignified Classical buildings were built.

On the topic of being a pundit - I'd rather point out where we're going wrong than simply post everything I come across as if it was worthy.
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As I understand everything traditional is welcomed here, so here's some architecture you might not be very familiar with in Northern Europe.
An ethno restaurant largely inspired by the architecture of the 11th century Orthodox monastery St John the Baptist (Bigorski Monastery) in North Macedonia.
Situated just a few minutes of a walk down from the monastery.

House of Mijaks Ethno Restaurant | NORTH MACEDONIA | 2016



















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Here's the nearby Monastery that inspired the construction of the restaurant (it also went thru an extensive renovation few years ago).
Recently new buildings were announced in the same area, in the same style.



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Old September 17th, 2019, 04:48 AM   #11687
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If I was to post superior examples, they would've been the upright Neo-Classical buildings we've had from the Renaissance to the early decades of the XXth century when some of the last dignified Classical buildings were built.

On the topic of being a pundit - I'd rather point out where we're going wrong than simply post everything I come across as if it was worthy.
If it wasn┤t for his contributions, this thread wouldn┤t exist, and most of us woudn┤t know about these architectural examples; so, if some are great and some other aren┤t, at least we have the chance to decide based on his contributions, otherwise, we won┤t even have material to enjoy or discuss about.
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Old September 17th, 2019, 07:43 AM   #11690
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A competition was held in 2015 for a new tenament house in Lodz, Poland.
http://www.bryla.pl/bryla/56,85301,2...ualizacje.html

Below are among some of the notable entries:
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If someone followed up a structural Engineering courses and qualified it is much easier for build great architectures like this
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Old September 18th, 2019, 08:44 PM   #11694
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New block of flats in 2nd Sovetskaya Street in St. Petersburg, Russia.

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It`s so gratifying to see that many architects (not all) in Russia are improving their `traditional`style new buildings, respecting the important rules and at last abandoning those kitschy horrors of recent times.
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Old September 18th, 2019, 11:14 PM   #11695
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Moscow. "Residence" in Vsevolozhsk lane.
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Cloud Nine



Lion Gate



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All of them but the second one are old buildings renovations.
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Old September 19th, 2019, 05:23 PM   #11698
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New townhouses in Fayetteville

Time for an odd one...

New townhouses in Fayetteville
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1942 North Mohawk St
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