November 21, 2007

Doors and Doorways Series

Perhaps once a week I will show you some interesting doorways from around town. More than that would be boring - but here is a spectacular sample to start off with. You've seen the details of this wooden door in an earlier post, well here is the 'rest of the picture'.

Absolutely love walking through those doors at least twice each day - my office is located in the building.

30 comments:

MedaM said...

There are so many beautiful and interesting details on this photo. This really is beautiful photo and wonderful architecture.

Bucefalo said...

You are lucky of having an office in a similar palace. Speaking the thruth it's a wonderful door in a wonderful building.

Mike said...

The rest is also elaborate.

Fénix (Bostonscapes DP) said...

The door is beautiful and the details on the façade are delightful. I wish Boston had more of that... (And we are a little low on the stunning-door department, as well...)

Glenn Standish said...

Very lucky to work there!

ro_pumpkin said...

i love doors and doorways so for me it would not be boring ... hahaha
budapest is so lucky to have so many great buildings and you are lucky to have such a cool work place .

Me said...

Isadora, ornate doesn't come close to describing those wonderful doors. Wow. I would be in awe every day when I walked through. Wonderful.
Thanks,
Wayne

GMG said...

Sorry for having taken so much time to come back here, but these last weeks have been awful. And the future is not promising, but Ill try to be get some time to enjoy your posts…
Lucky to enter such beautiful doors every week day! But the Opera and New York Palace are also lovely buildings...

Clueless in boston said...

Beautiful! Lucky you to get to work in such a building. You'll have to show us more of your building in the future:)

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

These are beautiful! I don't think it would be boring at all if you showed more. :)

Jim said...

This is an entrance to an office building? How lucky you are.

Luke said...

Beautiful entry!, 'm looking forward to more doors!

Isadora said...

Thank you all for coming by. I'm so glad that you like the idea of doorways - I'll confess that this was the most spectacular of the ones coming up, but I am proud of it so it was presented first.

Yes, I do feel that I'm lucky also - but then so are we all. It is a pleasure to visit the other blogs and see the wonderful places I may never otherwise get to know about and then Fenix's posts of a place I so dearly love.

Jilly said...

What a fantastic door and doorway. Like you, I love doorways. This one is particularly fabulous.

thanks for commenting on Menton DP. I left a sort of answer to your question - there.

Lynette said...

I really like this photo of your daily door ... looking forward to those to come.

Olivier said...

la porte est très belle (mais je n'arrive pas à voir la deuxième photo [Korhaz.jpg] ;o( ). Comme dit bucefalo, tu as de la chance de travailler dans cet immeuble


The door is very beautiful (but I can not see the second picture [Korhaz.jpg] ;o( ). As stated bucefalo, you have the chance to work in this building

Ash said...

This is fantastic. I really like it. I am a sucker for doorways and windows :)

Fabrizio - ikol22 said...

Really very nice. Thank you to share them with us and many compliments about this idea :-)

nazzareno said...

It is always a pleasure to discover pleasant blog as yours. Ciao

Gudl said...

That is really a beautiful doorway.

Gwen said...

Looks like the entrance surround has maybe classical influence? Very beautiful doorway and building.

Viola said...

Wow, never see such beautiful stone carving work, a fabulous doorway. Thank you for sharing and visiting my blog.

pusa said...

very beautiful and detailed door! wow

AVCR8TEUR said...

What a fancy place to work in! I'm sure it looks just as amazing on the inside.

Andrea said...

beautiful door and building

Amrita said...

Very impressive entrance

Oswegan said...

Wow that is intricate.

~Oswegan

Sonia said...

What a wonderful building!

Kerri said...

Lovely door!

zakscloset said...

i really love the architecture of budapest. it's incredible!