We cannot find the exit

'Wall of Doors' - an interior wall composed of old, vintage, re-purposed white wooden doors by Dutch designer, Piet Hein Eek in an effort to preserve the memory of the old buildings that were torn down in order to build this new residential loft.

‘Wall of Doors’ – an interior wall composed of old, vintage, re-purposed white wooden doors by Dutch designer, Piet Hein Eek in an effort to preserve the memory of the old buildings that were torn down in order to build this new residential loft.

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5 comments

  1. so many doors
    yet no way to go
    it means that doors
    are not actually doors
    just wooden planks
    rotten and worn
    brought to stand
    like a used up existence
    no more a threshold
    how much each regret
    no movement no frets
    no pulling no pushing
    just silence….
    how does it feel ?
    very sore
    the buildings are no more
    and doors were ready to go
    but ended up dead
    framed, grounded, nailed

  2. Great idea! Reminds me of a greenhouse I saw once that was made entirely out of antique windows.

  3. That is a great idea. I love the texture it brings!

  4. yep great idea. A visit to the local junk / reclaim yard is called for once again!

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