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  • Maryann

    How about this for a curtain wall?! The somewhat rectangular windows are only there to contrast the building’s conical corner and swimming architecture. Besides, they are put to shame by the “dancing” wall of glass and concrete that crawls up the building’s side like a rolled newspaper come to life. Located in Prague, Czech Republic, The Dancing House was originally called “Fred and Ginger,” as it vaguely resembles a pair of dancers. It certainly has some windows I’d love to get behind!

  • Saskia Zwagerman

    World’s Weirdest Windows: Why Aren’t Window Replacement Companies Making These? | Calfinder Remodeling Blog

  • Ros Yeo

    The Dancing House in Prague | Frank Gehry

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