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Building in San José street, 24 (Alcoy) by Timoteo Briet
Art Nouveau building photogrammetry.
Includes five different versions. Polygons: 697K / 297K / 97K /29K / 4K.
House where the Art Nouveau architect Timoteo Briet lived and died, and whose facade conversion was carried out by himself in 1910, a good example of his understanding of Viennese Secession architecture. The work introduced stylized geometrical symbols such as cubes, circles, rectangles and festoons with a discreet, moderate character. The frames adopt varied and innovative forms, and are cut into the wall, without moulds, contributing to a two-dimensional reading of the facade. This is a development towards modern architectural concepts.