Weekly Photo Challenge: Pattern

Weekly Photo Challenge: PATTERN: The architects of this new shopping mall [Quartier 206, Friedrichstraße] in Berlin wanted to create an ART DECO revival – giving a reminder back to the best times of BERLIN – but I think, the best times are: NOW!
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57 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Pattern

  1. I love it!!!! So beautiful!

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  2. Wild patterns everywhere! Great choice!

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  4. lots of pattern in here! nice choice!

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  5. Allan G. Smorra

    Art Deco — my favorite!

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  6. Love that floor Frizz! Brilliant shot.

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  7. Perfect image for today!

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  8. How wonderful, when the best times are now.

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  9. Oh wow! Looks lovely 🙂

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  11. They certainly created something beautiful.

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  13. Yay! Wonderful patterning.

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  14. Sonel

    Gorgeous!!!

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  15. Great choice for pattern, Frizz!
    I wonder however how do people with astigmatism circulate in there!
    [makes me dizzy just by looking at it!]
    🙂

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  17. Amy

    I’m happy to see the photo, Frizz! I was there last summer 🙂

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  22. That’s a shopping mall? wow it’s beautiful!

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  23. Ash

    Beautiful!

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  25. As a quilt maker I would love to see this place. All those designs are commonly used in patchwork. I can see a few quilts in there! Great photo.

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  26. Miss Z said she would trip down the stairs for sure… gorgeous nonetheless!

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  27. Great example for the theme, Frizz!
    That’s quite a conglomeration of different shapes and designs. I think the pattern would be disorienting for me, and I would probably fall flat on my face, especially while going down the stairs.

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  29. Wow really cool! 🙂

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  30. vastlycurious.com

    Somehow this picture made it to Instagram. I saw it there . Lovely pattern(s)

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  34. Patterns, upon patterns, upon patterns, such a great photo!

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  35. Well done FT – some wonderful patterns 🙂

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  38. Agree with all … it’s magnificent

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  40. Over the top! That bicycle photo is great, too.

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  41. Amar Naik

    beautiful click. great patterns

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  43. I love anything art deco/art nouveau! Lovely shot. I got to visit this building the next time I’m in Berlin! 🙂

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  44. pattisj

    I can’t imagine the work that went into the creation of that. Beautiful.

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