Disse bygningene ser ut som de hadde passet perfekt inn i en Wes Anderson-film

Caroline Furu

  • Publisert: 11.05-2018
  • Oppdatert: 28.06-2018

Mennesker verden over deler bilder av steder de kommer over som ser ut som de er tatt rett ut fra en av regissørens karakteristiske filmer. 

Bildene blir lagt ut på Instagram-kontoen @AccidentallyWesAnderson, som ifølge The Guardian drives av amerikaneren Wally Koval.

Han er en selvutnevnt fan av den kjente regissøren, og får ukentlig tilsendt tusener av bidrag fra mennesker som har kommet over steder som kunne glidd rett inn i Andersons filmer.

Les også: Mystiske og forlatte steder verden over

Er du ikke allerede kjent med Wes Anderson, er han altså regissøren bak kjente filmer som «The Royal Tenenbaums», «The Darjeeling Limited» og «The Grand Budapest Hotel». Nå er han kinoaktuell med filmen «Isle of Dogs».

Det filmene hans er kanskje mest kjent for, er deres særegne visuelle uttrykk. I scenene i flere av filmene hans, kan man se at han bruker symmetriske komposisjoner, sukkersøte pastellfarger og folketomme rom for å skape et unikt uttrykk.

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_________________________ National Tobacco Company | Napier, New Zealand | 1931 • • The Rothman Building, also known as the National Tobacco Company, is regarded as one of Napier’s most elegant commercial buildings • • Designed by J.A. Louis Hay after the 1931 earthquake that destroyed Napier for German tobacco tycoon, Gerhard Husheer who had founded his company in 1922 • • Despite the quick and economical rebuilding that took over Napier, Husheer spared no expense for his new building, demanding original plans sent by Hay to be more elaborate and fancy • • The resulting design mixes Art Deco geometry with Art Nouveau ornamentation as the building is comprised of rectangular forms that recede from the arched entrance. Bringing some native New Zealand influence to the predominantly European design, Raupo bullrush roses have been carved into the entrance and the sides of the building • • This process of using simple geometric forms then enlivened with applied decoration gives reference to Joseph Maria Olbrich's Secession Hall Building in Vienna. Additionally the implementation of native Raupo and roses for the decorative forms indicates Hay was aware of the work by Frank Lloyd Wright and Louis Henri Sullivan whereby applied decoration was integrated with regional characteristics • • Between 1956 and 2001 the building was purchased and owned by Rothmans of Pall Mall and subsequently known as the Rothmans Building. During this period the building fell into some disrepair but the current owners 'Big Save Furniture' have restored it to original condition and allow public access to the front rooms during business hours • • Know more? Please comment below! • • 📸: @dan_fossy • 💡: @bintabuheh • ✍️: @Architectuul • #AccidentallyWesAnderson #WesAnderson #VscoArchitecture #Vsco #Napier #SymmetricalMonsters #NewZealand #AccidentalWesAnderson

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_________________________ Boca Raton Resort | Boca Raton, Florida | c. 1926 • • The Boca Raton Resort & Club, opened February 6, 1926 as the ‘Cloister Inn’, it is a large resort and membership-based club located in Boca Raton, Florida • • The site was originally designed by California-born architect, Addison Mizner who began to plan the area as a major resort destination throughout the Florida land boom of the 1920s • • When the real estate bubble's following economic depression ended, Philadelphia utility millionaire Clarence H. Geist purchased the inn via an auction in 1927, and expanded it into the 'Boca Raton Club’. Architectural firm, Schultze and Weaver doubled the inn's size and added a cabana club • • Subsequently, the U.S. Army used the club as barracks during World War II. Touted by officials as "the most elegant barracks in history," it housed soldiers during the Boca Raton Army Air Field's operation • • Within post-war times, the Club's ownership and ultimately name were changed. The Schine family purchased the club in 1944, renaming it the Boca Hotel and Club • • Then in 1969, the Boca Raton Club Tower was opened. The building is still considerably taller than any other building in southern Palm Beach County. In addition, its famous "Boca pink" color has made it more famous than its stature of 300 feet (ninety-one meters) and twenty-seven floors and it is commonly referred to as the "pink hotel" • • Know more? Please comment below! • • 📸: @dcfoodporn • ✍️: @wikipedia • #AccidentallyWesAnderson #WesAnderson #VscoArchitecture #Vsco #BocaRatonResort #SymmetricalMonsters #Florida #AccidentalWesAnderson #BocaRaton

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_________________________ Terra Nostra | Garzon, Uruguay | c. 1815 • • Terra Nostra was a former cattle ranch and Almacen turned retreat house in historic Garzon, Uruguay. Located in the eastern part of Maldonado, near the stream of the same name, bordering Rocha. 60 km separate it from the capital Maldonado and 30 km from the city of Rocha • • The town was officially founded by Mr. Fermin de León in 1892 where the first settlers were registered by a change of posts on the banks of the Garzon stream • • Prior to the town’s creation, the building that now houses Terra Nostra was a center of activity of the rural community as it was an active warehouse and almacen with walls measuring a full meter wide, crafted from solid granite / quartz • • With the construction of a mill in the 1920s, the town began to grow rapidly reaching 2,000+ inhabitants between 1930 - 1950 when industrial and commercial activity revolved around the mill. There was a theater and a local orchestra made up of residents of Garzón • • When the work in the mill began to decline, the railroad stopped working and with the construction of Route 9, more than 11 kilometers from the town, the inhabitants began to move towards San Carlos and Rocha • • Currently, its 200 inhabitants are mainly dedicated to rural activity and the exploitation of gray granite quarries. There is a police station, a municipality, a polyclinic, a church, a school and a social club. The few adolescents of the town attend the lyceum in San Carlos • • Since 2004 there has been a bohemian revival of sorts within the town, with the opening of Hotel & Restaurant Garzón as well as the influx of many artists visiting the town, and the opening of the Garzón Village Gallery aimed at spreading the work of national and foreign artists • • Know more? Please comment below! • • 📸: @flokigauvry • ✍️: @wikipedia • #AccidentallyWesAnderson #WesAnderson #VscoArchitecture #Vsco #SymmetricalMonsters #Uruguay #AccidentalWesAnderson #Garzón

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_________________________ Tân Định Church | Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam | c. ~1874 • • Tân Định church (Vietnamese, Nhà thờ Tân Định) or Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, was built during the French colonial period in the late 1800s when Vietnam was part of French Indochina • • Situated at on Hai Bà Trưng street in District 3*, the church belongs to Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Ho Chi Minh City and is the second largest church in the city, after the Saigon Notre-Dame Basilica (Vietnamese, Nhà thờ Đức Bà Sài Gòn) in District 1 • • Tan Dinh Church is considered one of the most beautifully architected churches in Ho Chi Minh City with a combination of Gothic, Roman, and Baroque design. It is recognizable because of its vivid pink paint highlighted by white patterns, contrasting with the surrounding • • It’s light pink exterior and interior were first applied in 1957 during a major refurbishing effort. The color has remained ever since • • In 1976, to celebrate the 100th anniversary, the church was repainted again, the chancel was also raised and tiled to match the new color • • Know more? Please comment below! • • 📸: @mark.d.thomas • ✍:@Wikipedia • ⭐️*: @tyeeeeela • #AccidentallyWesAnderson #WesAnderson #VscoArchitecture #TânĐịnhChurch #SymmetricalMonsters #HoChiMinh #AccidentalWesAnderson #Vietnam

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_________________________ The Breakers | Newport, Rhode Island | c. 1893 • • The Breakers is a Vanderbilt mansion located in Newport, Rhode Island. The building became a National Historic Landmark in 1994 • • The mansion was built as the summer home of Cornelius Vanderbilt II, a member of the wealthy United States Vanderbilt family, in an architectural style based on the Italian Renaissance and designed by renowned architect Richard Morris Hunt • • The 70-room mansion is marked by sculpted iron gates at the entrance, and limestone-and-iron fence that borders the property on all but the ocean side. The footprint of the house covers approximately 1 acre of the 14 acres (5.7 ha) estate on the cliffs overlooking the Atlantic Ocean • • The Breakers is the architectural and social archetype of the "Gilded Age period. It was the largest, most opulent house in the Newport area upon its completion in 1895 • • Vanderbilt died in 1899 at age 55, leaving The Breakers to his wife Alice Gwynne Vanderbilt, who in turn left the property to her youngest daughter Countess Gladys Széchenyi at her death in 1934 • • In 1948, Gladys leased the high-maintenance property to The Preservation Society of Newport County for $1 per year until they bought it from her daughter in 1972. Although the agreement granted her life tenancy, upon her death in 1998, The Preservation Society agreed to allow the family to continue to live on the third floor, which is not open to the public • • It is now the most-visited attraction in Rhode Island, with approximately 450,000 visitors annually as of 2017 • • Know more? Please comment below! • • 📸: @margaritam0m • ✍:@Wikipedia • #AccidentallyWesAnderson #WesAnderson #VscoArchitecture #TheBreakers #SymmetricalMonsters #Newport #AccidentalWesAnderson #RhodeIsland

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_________________________ Central Fire Station | Marfa, Texas | c. 1938 • • The Marfa Central Fire Station and annex was built in 1938 and houses the entire 17-member Marfa Volunteer Fire Department across from the Presidio County Courthouse in downtown Marfa, Texas • • The City of Marfa established the MVFD in early 1900s but according to a 1938 article in the Big Bend Sentinel, many of the department records were lost or misplaced • • While most of the department’s history is now based on memory, it was founded in 1905 with 10 men - Walter Wilcox was the first fire chief • • The department became incorporated in the mid-1990s, meaning it is a separate entity managed by its members and board of directors - which helps to secure grants. The department is not technically owned by the county or the city, however they serve both political subdivisions • • The town of Marfa was founded in the early 1880s as a railroad water stop. It was named at the suggestion of the wife of a railroad executive, although some historians have hypothesized that the name came from a character in Fyodor Dostoevsky’s novel The Brothers Karamazov • • Know more? Please comment below! • • 📸: @emprestridge • ✍️: @wikipedia + @waymarking • #AccidentallyWesAnderson #WesAnderson #VscoArchitecture #Vsco #SymmetricalMonsters #Marfa #AccidentalWesAnderson #Texas

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#AccidentalWesAnderson Rajmahal Palace | Rajasthan, India | c. 1729 • • Commissioned by H.H Sawai Jai Singh II as a garden resort and a private palace for Chandra Kanwar Ranawat, his beloved wife, who was the daughter of the Maharana of Mewar, Raj Mahal Palace has a history of more than 250 years • • Built in 1729, the palace is located in the heart of Rajasthan’s capital and home to the Maharaja of Jaipur • • In 1821, Rajmahal became the official residence of the British Resident Political Officer of Rajputana and in 1958 His Highness Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II of Jaipur – the celebrated and dashing ‘Jai’ – chose it as his personal private residence before converting it to a hotel in 1979 • • Over the decades this remarkable Palace has hosted Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, as well as several other members of the British Royal Family, and eminent international celebrities such as Jackie Kennedy, Lord and Lady Mountbatten, and the Shah of Iran • • Following a carefully orchestrated restoration by the prodigious designer Adil Ahmad, the palace continues to embody the heritage of its past, maintaining the original, features such as a marble staircase, elaborate chandeliers, and treasured family possessions • • Know more? Please comment below! • • 📸: @veeceecheng • ✍️: @wikipedia + @cntraveler • • #AccidentallyWesAnderson #WesAnderson #VscoArchitecture #Vsco #Rajasthan #SymmetricalMonsters #India

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#AccidentalWesAnderson Hotel Opera | Prague, Czech Republic | c. 1891 • • The Opera Hotel is a six-story neo-renaissance hotel with 67-rooms and commercial space built in 1891 in the center of Prague, Chzech Republic • • At the time of construction, the only commercial space was a restaurant on the first floor, then during the first half of the 20th century, the floor-by floor hotel conversion took place after the current owners’ ancestor, Karel Ceska, bought the building in 1918 • • Shortly after seizing power in 1948, the Communist Party nationalized the hotel - the communists seized the hotel without Karel’s consent and without compensation • • While under state control, the hotel fell into disrepair due to neglect and mismanagement, and it wasn’t until 1992, after the fall of communism, when the hotel was returned to the Ceska family • • A major renovation then took place and as the hotel needed to continue running while the renovation took place, the project took 12 years to complete • • Know more? Please comment below! • • 📸: @valentina_jacks • ✍️: @wikipedia • • #AccidentallyWesAnderson #WesAnderson #VscoArchitecture #Vsco #Symmetry #SymmetricalMonsters #Prague #CzechRepublicic

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#AccidentalWesAnderson Lukács Baths | Budapest, Hungary | c. 1880s • • Thermal baths have been used at this location since at least the 12th century (by the Knights Hospitallers, and one remaining interior wall is actually the wall of a former Ottoman powder mill (the Császár mill) which used the hot spring water as a source of power • • The first spa hotel was completed in the 1880s, and named for Saint Luke. This spa was expanded with a drinking-water hall constructed in 1937 and a day-use health clinic added in 1979 • • One exterior wall of the spa features a variety plaques sent in thanks by people from around the world who feel they were cured by the waters at Lukács • • The Császár Thermal Bath and Swimming Pool next door to Lukács, is the oldest continually operating thermal bath in Budapest, and was originally built by Szokoli Mustafa • • It was redesigned in 1844 by József Hild, and is now part of the National Institute of Rheumatology and Physiotherapy • • Know more? Please comment below! • • 📸: @lositsgabor • ✍️️: @wikipedia • #AccidentallyWesAnderson #WesAnderson #VscoArchitecture #Vsco #SymmetricalMonsters #Budapest #Hungary

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