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lattice work

Written on October 3, 2011 by Alisa

Lattice work seen in the south of France in a dead end town on the sea called Callelongue outside of Marseille. I found it inspiring, was it created by one man or many? Did it used to be common and a standard on all the houses? Look close, there are 4 patterns. Why oh why? Great colors.

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  1. Comment by C SATHAL:

    these are my photos ;), that’s where I live! I’m flattered.
    These are houses called: cabanon. Each man built as he wants, often with recycled materials. The huts are painted with bright colors and sea salt is responsible for the bite.

    October 21, 2011 @ 6:49 pm