Tuesday, March 29, 2011

fading grandezza













17 comments:

sandra said...

Ganz wunderbar war's!

Luise said...

:)

Barbara Ismailovic said...

this house is amazing!! amazing I sad :)

Anne said...

Fantastic! I love abandoned houses!!

Luise said...

i love them too, but this one made me sad at the same time. when i was younger, my parents, my sisters and i would walk by this house quite often, and we would always dream what to make out of it: like a café with selfmade cake, and since it's situated by the river, you could also reach it by boat. we would have music and art... it was like a 1920's summer fantasy, sort of like the great gatsby or something.
seeing the house from the inside yesterday made it very clear that it's too late for any of those dreams... what a shame. what a waste.

schorlemädchen said...

thanks for these beautiful images Luise....it was also nice just to read your comment about it...

Lisette said...

i love the photos! i'll be sleeping there when i come to berlin. promise.

Luise said...

wow, lisette, you are brave!!!

Trixi said...

Toll, ein kleines Großstadt-Abenteuer, das war bestimmt auch für Herrmann spannend :)

Vitte said...

Love these photos! Especially the shot with the stairway - I can imagine that the house is really big...

jana said...

wow. was fÜr ein ort. du hast schon recht, wie schade dass man es so weit hat (ver)kommen lassen...

andrea said...

What an amazing place, it's a shame to see it like that :(

P I A said...

beautiful pics Luise!

outi said...

wow. i have been there, or not inside, walked by. i was also thinking what one could do with it. such a pity that a beautiful house like this is empty.
looks so cool inside.

MANDY said...

Wow, just amazing !!!

Maximilian said...

wow echt coole fotos :) sieht echt nice dort aus^^

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Svatava said...

Lovely ;-) http://svatava.blogspot.com/2011/04/konec-starych-casu.html