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Windows Of New York

(BAD) Blog About Design: Windows Of New York

Thursday, February 21, 2013

Windows Of New York

http://www.windowsofnewyork.com/
92 CHRISTOPHER STREET
When I come across creative ideas like this series, "Windows of New York", by Jos√® Guizar I get so excited by what people can create. Guizar's ability to think outside of the box and illustrate something so different has grabbed the attention of people all over. The best part about the series is you can actually visit each window! The series is not only a tribute to the beauty of graphic design, but also to architecture. (ABOVE) Walking down streets in the West Village, you'll always see windows with flower boxes. I just love how these flower boxes freshen up the facade of the buildings. (BELOW 1) The small arched window must be for a bathroom. I love a thick cornice above and below the window, makes the windows pop! (BELOW 2) A little ivy in front of a New York window will make you feel like your looking into the country! (BELOW 3) Broome Street is one of my favorite streets in New York. The area feels a little like a European city. (BELOW 4) Sometimes a window looks better without a cornice. The arch at the top of the window keeps it elegant and classic. (BELOW 5) I wonder if the actual window has stripes of orange on the cornices? I guess I'm going to have to go the window and find out! (BELOW 6) This window sort of looks like the windows you'll find in Washington D.C. I wonder who had the idea first? (BELOW 7) When you're in the village, the buildings are not as tall and therefore, you'll find air conditioners in the windows. Is it weird that I sometimes get scared one will fall on my head? What do you think of the series? 

http://www.windowsofnewyork.com/
199 E. 4TH STREET
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http://www.windowsofnewyork.com/
540 12TH STREET
2
http://www.windowsofnewyork.com/
430 BROOME STREET
3
http://www.windowsofnewyork.com/
962 LEXINGTON AVENUE
4
http://www.windowsofnewyork.com/
162 STANTON STREET
5
http://www.windowsofnewyork.com/
186 SULLIVAN STREET
6
http://www.windowsofnewyork.com/
617 9TH AVENUE
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