Allow me to answer this week’s weekly photo challenge with the theme Door.
In shooting architecture I encountered many types of doors and windows and I just would like to share some of them here. Enjoy!
Please check out this blog post of mine regarding the timber mosque, Ulul Albab Mosque.
The door of the old High Court (previously Supreme Court) Building which was designed in Indo-Saracenic Architecture by the British Government architect, AB Hubback.
The door of the Central Market, a 1937 Art Deco structure which was originally a central wet market of Kuala Lumpur but restored to be as it is now, a market selling arts, crafts, souvenirs for tourists and has become one of the tourists’ destinations in Kuala Lumpur. Check out my blog post, Central Market, for a more detailed story.
Door of the office at the Rumah Penghulu Abu Seman – a traditional Malay house belonging to Penghulu Abu Seman and later his son Ibrahim Abu Seman, a village headman of Mukim Bagan Samak, Bandar Baharu, Kedah. The house found in dilapidated condition was bought and trasported to Kuala Lumpur and restored by Badan Warisan Malaysia (Malaysian Trust of Heritage).
Do visit penangshophouse.com.my to identify the types of Penang shophouse as well as to know more about its history.
The door of the headquarters of TV Al-Hijrah, a tv station with Islamic concept owned by a religious department of Malaysia.