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BOLHÃO 4 OF 12, TINY WINDOWS | Old Portuguese Stuff

BOLHÃO 4 OF 12, TINY WINDOWS

The tiny market stalls (called Barracas in case you haven’t been following) are located along the sides of the market and are so narrow that many of them are used chiefly as display cases, with the seller sitting outside. In this instance, the bays between the columns are filled with sash windows of varying sizes. The muntin patterns are loosely based on 19th c. Gothic revival, with different configurations within the same design.

Mercado do Bolhão, Porto

                                                                                                                                                                                   

As Barracas mais pequenas estão situadas nas laterais do Mercado e são tão pequenas que muitas delas são usadas principalmente como montras, com o vendedor sentado de fora. Neste exemplo o espaço entre as colunas é preenchido com janelas de guilhotina de vários tamanhos. O padrão dos pinázios é vagamente baseado no estilo Neo Gótico do séc. XIX, com várias configurações dentro do mesmo desenho.

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