Lingering Look at Architecture ~ October: The Devil is in the Details

Welcome to the 2015 edition of A Lingering Look at Architecture . Every month on the 4th Thursday of the month I will post my vision of the theme for that month. Use this post to tag your own for pingbacks and trackbacks or feel free to post your link in the comments. You can link up as many or as few times as you like. Click here for the themes for each month of 2015.

I love old buildings and the thing I especially love about old buildings is all the ornamental details that go into them. I was in Roanoke Virginia recently and couldn’t help but notice the details in these buildings.

In June I was in Washington DC and visited the National Building Museum. The ornamental details of this building are everywhere!

Bldg Museum Windows(w)# (7)

New buildings seem to be more about clean lines than ornamental touches but they are also about function and many times the details are on the inside. While in Roanoke, we stepped inside a beautiful building and found this staircase.

Roanoke Details(e)# (1)

I’m no architectural expert I only know what I like. I would love to see the details in your neighborhood. If you want to share some architectural details feel free to link up with this post from now until the end of October.

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