Geometry in White

Mediaeval architecture: hidden balcony at the Prunn castle in Eastern Bavaria, Germany

Prunn, Germany, July 2014

 I’m always fascinated by such architectural details, like this little balcony, as it seems so random and yet the builder made all possible to serve a need, that that respective room has a balcony or a passage to the other room, to the left. It doesn’t seem possible in the architecture of our days, as everything is or seem to must be symmetric, fit a grid and nothing is allowed to get “out of the line”.

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