Wednesday, 30 September 2015

The Iconic Architecture Of Nida, Lithuania

New England has its clapboard; Nida has its houses of red siding with blue and white accents. The town is bordering on a jumbo train set.

A semi-Victorian style, also looking North to Scandinavia for inspiration.

Great gables and railings. Neatness is promoted, even stacking logs.

Don't forget perfect lawns.

Weather vanes have their own architecture language and it's complicated. The vanes must be saying it's good weather, time to hang laundry.

Or have breakfast outside in the beautiful light.

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