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Cairo: facade of a house

Cairo: facade of a house

Alaa Mahmoud | Chief Architect | Photography Inspiration: This picture from the facade of this building with its spiral stairs shows a ephemeral aspect to architecture where time adds an ever-changing dimension to any structure. Throughout the entire day, the aesthetic of the building changes as the sun casts its shadow on the brick volume. #shadows #auranarratives #takeover #design #interior #architecture #urbanism #physicalnarratives #cairo #egypt⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #designoffice #designstudio…

Alaa Mahmoud | Chief Architect | Photography Inspiration: This picture from the facade of this building with its spiral stairs shows a ephemeral aspect to architecture where time adds an ever-changing dimension to any structure. Throughout the entire day, the aesthetic of the building changes as the sun casts its shadow on the brick volume. #shadows #auranarratives #takeover #design #interior #architecture #urbanism #physicalnarratives #cairo #egypt⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ #designoffice #designstudio…

The Exterior Facade of the French Consulate Building at Tewfikieh Square- with the same Architectural design of Suarès Building - Photo by Max H. Rudmann - Cairo Egypt 1906.

The Exterior Facade of the French Consulate Building at Tewfikieh Square- with the same Architectural design of Suarès Building - Photo by Max H. Rudmann - Cairo Egypt 1906.

Three heads of the Godess Hathor and ‘hieroglyphics’ adorn the intriguing façade at the Place du Caire entrance. The passage was originally known as Passage de la Foire du Caire (Passage of the Fair of Cairo) and later changed to Passage du Caire – the Passage of Cairo.It is believed the passageway and the unusual façade came about during Napoleon’s campaign in Egypt in 1798.

Three heads of the Godess Hathor and ‘hieroglyphics’ adorn the intriguing façade at the Place du Caire entrance. The passage was originally known as Passage de la Foire du Caire (Passage of the Fair of Cairo) and later changed to Passage du Caire – the Passage of Cairo.It is believed the passageway and the unusual façade came about during Napoleon’s campaign in Egypt in 1798.

9. Jacques Devret and Édouard Arnaud, Cairo Museum, longitudinal section and main facade, Les Concours publics d'architecture, 2nd year, 3, s.  D., Pl.  45.

9. Jacques Devret and Édouard Arnaud, Cairo Museum, longitudinal section and main facade, Les Concours publics d'architecture, 2nd year, 3, s. D., Pl. 45.

Light Matters: Mashrabiyas - Translating Tradition into Dynamic Facades,Detail of mashrabiya. Maison es Suhaymi. Cairo, Egypt. Image © Gérard Ducher. Wikimedia

Light Matters: Mashrabiyas - Translating Tradition into Dynamic Facades,Detail of mashrabiya. Maison es Suhaymi. Cairo, Egypt. Image © Gérard Ducher. Wikimedia

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