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December 04, 2004

Doors of Perception

 Door_in_verona_2'Watur' is a door made out of water . Or a fountain that looks like a door. Whichever you prefer

Children’s doors in Albania, Macedonia and Greece. Doors of old houses in border villages are quickly disappearing. Children living in these villages document them by photographing them

How to build a computer-controlled cat door that prevents Flo the cat from bringing dead mice into the house

vintage postcards of doors

Let us handle your concealment needs with Hidden doors! Perfect for converting a Bedroom into a study, creating a hidden vault/gun room door, accessing dead storage Space, many other uses. (From ”J-Walk”)

Doors of Italy

Red door in Philadelphia, by William Bragg

Doors close soon after the melody ends and Weathered Door, found at Flickr Door gallery

Hand-forged wrought iron doors. (From ”Citrus Moon”)

History of the Columbus doors at the US Capitol Rotunda

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Photo above of a famous door in Verona, from my Italian trip... Many Unique Door Links Here

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I enjoyed all the links about doors, great posting

Posted by: msdedi at Dec 5, 2004 11:23:15 AM


Posted by: jpb at Dec 10, 2004 12:57:03 AM

Here's an article about the doors that you have a picture of -

Posted by: "Baby Burger" at Dec 11, 2004 5:14:38 PM

hello. it was nice coming across this post because i am working on a project of sorts which initially began with the desire to photograph some of the beautiful, distinctly spanish doors in different neighborhoods of the city i live in. later came theoretical questions of openness, desire, utopia, etc. which i would like to combine into a kind of text to have in this book of photographs of doors as well. i am trying to find others who are interested in collaborating or discussing ideas. in terms of theory or even solely in terms of the practical, utilitarian, or aesthetic value of the door in architecture and society.

Posted by: k. at Jan 30, 2005 9:56:11 AM