Tuesday, November 10, 2009

A Touch of Color


I found these condominiums in northern Phoenix and noticed the touch of color that was added to a somewhat plain exterior. In fact, without that color, these would be very plain indeed.



Each unit appears to have access to a roof-top patio with spiral stairs leading the way.

7 comments:

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

The slight differences in the color of these otherwise identical townhouses remind me of the houses Bath, England. Many of them in a row are identical, except they have a different pattern to the window panes in the transom above the front door. It was explained to us that the reason for the difference is so that people who are coming home late at night after drinking too much will be able to identify which house is theirs.

Jarart said...

Interesting color on the grey building. Maybe Dave's explanation is the idea here too.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

very nice architectural features and colors.

johnny said...

bonito diario de tu ciudad
Saludoa

brattcat said...

The color really does transform these places. I'd love to see the interior space.

Hilda said...

You're right about it being plain without the colors. A great solution.

JM said...

These look very cool!