This week our home and office decor come to you from Rotterdam and Berlin. I can not wait to go back to both of these cities and spend more time. The mix of old and new architecture in Rotterdam and Berlin makes it easy to create unique fine art photographs.
I chose to create a small series of the station. There were so many interesting angles and shapes that it was hard to move on from there. The featured image of this article shows two more perspectives of the outer station building. Rotterdam is definitely a city I will return to and spend far more than just a few hours. There is an incredible amount of really interesting and unique architecture there.
I think the sleek lines and modern metal would make a great addition to a corporate office or waiting room.
Home Decor Berlin
The Reichstag Dome was on my list of buildings to photograph as I spent three days in Berlin. This is an interesting combination of old and new when you see the building as a whole. The Dome portion was constructed on top of the rebuilt Reichstag building in Berlin. It was designed by architect Norman Foster and built to symbolize the reunification of Germany. The distinctive appearance of the dome has made it a prominent landmark in Berlin.
Architectural pieces are a nice addition to any home and office decor. You’re able to show off your favorite cities or possibly even your hometown architecture.
In case you missed the home decor from Chicago & Belgium click on the cities and it’ll take you to see what I found to create in each place.
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