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2010-01-12 12:05:44
Architect of Art and Exhibition Hall is Austrian, Gustav Peichl. Quite a bit about him and the building on the net.
2010-01-12 11:27:28
No worries, FBO. Just checking. Glad you are one and the same... :)
2010-01-12 10:05:43
Fuzzy Blue One gets the Sleuth Award! Congrats!
2010-01-12 09:30:15
Picture Girl - That was me fuzzyblueone (fuzzy blue one) -I just forgot to put in the spaces when I logged in - Sorry ( I registered fuzzyblueone also - so I don't think anyone else can use it)
2010-01-12 09:25:08
Sorry! That should have been "House Front" tagged "building' posted by Logan5. Very tall curved building. Another one I am curious about.
2010-01-12 09:16:24
Just noticed that your name on the last comment FBO is all one name. When I clicked on it, it said that no photos have been posted. But when I clicked on your proper name in 3 separate words, it says that 1925 photos have been posted. Clearly, someone is making out that they are you FBO. What goes here, I wonder ?
2010-01-12 07:40:22
Which one is that Gabrielle? Didn't see one labeled home front
2010-01-12 07:34:39
Thank You - Thank You Very Much - I heartily accept all the accolades, praise and compliments :>
2010-01-12 05:31:39
Congratulations ! Great work, FBO ! Bravo, Bravisimo, and Hot Diggidity Dog !
2010-01-11 17:39:11
I've just had a look and it is them all-right. They are up on the roof garden of the building. I found a catalogue with interiors and floor plan. Looks like a very interesting building to visit if you were in Bonn. Thanks again. Now maybe you can discover the answer to "Home Front" image? Clearly you are a Super Searcher!
2010-01-11 17:02:52
Fantastic! Thank you, Fuzzy blue one.
2010-01-11 14:23:00
Very good work and well done, fuzzy blue one. Again, I'm very impressed. Thankyou for finding out what these buildings are... :)
2010-01-11 13:56:50
I should add its in the photo of the day conical skylights share the grassy roof of the Art and Exhibition Hall in Bonn, Germany
2010-01-11 13:55:14
Another view point of the conical skylights
2010-01-11 13:37:35
I think I found it! Light Spires at the Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany must be these
2010-01-11 11:37:56
I too have searched widely but come up with nothing. Kevin so you remember where you came across this image? The glass tops and ladders are a puzzle, maybe they are light-wells of some kind? Come on people, tell us!
2010-01-11 06:01:44
...very puzzling..the blue parts appear to be perhaps some kind of ceramic, like a crackle glaze... or maybe enamel...have done several searches using words like 'cones,' 'conical,' 'cone-shaped' and etc,and have come up with nada...the only buildings other than dwellings such as teepees and grass huts that I'm aware of that were traditonaly cone-shaped were oast houses, structures used for drying hops ( an ingredient in beer making ) and it's possible that that's what these are...whatever they are they're probably well-known in the part of the world in which thyey exist so maybe some viewer will yet enlighten us...but so far FBO has the best explanation....
2010-01-11 04:28:11
Wish I could help you out, but I don't have any info about them.
2010-01-10 10:57:49
Very amusing! However I would still like to know what they really are - surely someone knows? The turquoise patterning is very attractive isn't it?
2010-01-10 00:58:29
These are the 'Cone Pyramids" from Atlantis
2010-01-09 18:29:14
Interesting. What are these and where are they?