Friday, February 18, 2011

House/Home





An interesting mix of old and new houses in this living area situated in the district Kungsholmen in Stockholm. Very nice flats in the old converted buildings and very modern ones in the new. The oldest  building is dated from 1874 and the newest one was built 1999. You can se the sculptures from my Metal post on the last photo. 

9 comments:

danudin2011 said...

Yhey are all enormous cleaning must start on Monday morning and run all the way through Sundat!

Cheryl said...

I love the beautiful buildings! But I am still in awe at all of the snow!!! :-)

Julie McLeod said...

It is an interesting mix of architecture as well as styles that I don't see around here. Thanks for the mini-tour of your neighborhood...

jackscrap said...

It's great to see all these different styles of housing all together and there still looks to be some serious amounts of snow around.

needlepointernc said...

Thanks for showing us around Stockholm. I just finished reading all of the Steig Larrson books! I can picture Salander skulking around the city!

gerberbaby1 said...

Stockholm's architecture is delightful and so clean and neat, set off nicely by the snow cover. Love to see these scenes.

tchesney said...

I love how the mixed ages of the homes add so much to the area, a totally different look from place to place! Cool!

Sunny said...

I love your snow about town photos! Lovely little town.

BobbieCoughlin said...

I may be biased, but to me, the older homes seem warmer, even with all the snow.