Bucharest Art Nouveau House

A well preserved Art Nouveau style house, dating from the early 1900s; Dorobanti area, Bucharest. (©Valentin Mandache)

The predominantly Art Nouveau style house in the photograph above is one of the better preserved such examples of buildings in Bucharest. In April I published an image depicting its beautiful semicircular window (click the link for access) situated on the street façade. I like the surviving sector of painted frieze that can be seen under the roof eave area, in the foreground sector of the photograph. In its heydays more that a century ago, the house, most probably, was more flamboyantly decorated and would have stood apart within the local built landscape.


I endeavor through this daily series of daily articles to inspire appreciation of the historic houses of Romania, a virtually undiscovered, but fascinating chapter of European architectural heritage.


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