Best of 2018 Doors

148 9th Avenue, NYC 3/19/2018
148 9th Avenue, NYC 3/19/2018
  1. The lilac door https://port4u.net/2018/03/22/lilac-door/ is my favorite from 2018. I love the color and texture.
  2. I also like the Jefferson Market Libray doors because of the architecture and history https://port4u.net/2018/02/22/jefferson-market-library/
  3. I like the processing I did on the Fort Gansevoort door https://port4u.net/2018/03/08/fort-gansevoort/ 
  4. Lastly, it’s nice to have a door that looks like it belongs in the country on my block https://port4u.net/2018/09/06/horatio-door/

 

632 Hudson Street

Around the corner from our place. For Norm’s Thurday Doors, December 6, 2018.

632 Hudson Street 10/25/2018
632 Hudson Street 10/25/2018
630 Hudson Street 11/26/2018
630 Hudson Street 10/25/2018

Salmagundi

This post is for Norm’s Thursday Doors, November 29, 2018.

A lovely local gallery on Fifth Avenue just above Washington Square Park is the Salmagundi Club which was founded in 1871. About the Salmagundi Club on Wikipedia.

Salmagundi Club 9/10/2018
Salmagundi Club 9/10/2018
Salmagundi Club 9/10/2018
Salmagundi Club 9/10/2018

A few doors south at 43 Fifth Avenue is this door.

“Once home to Marlon Brando and novelist Dawn Powell, 43 Fifth Avenue defines grandeur. Completed in 1905 and converted to cooperative in 1978, this 11-story Beaux Arts residence, with its dry moat, bay windows and wrought-iron balconies, is an elegant example of the stately pre-war apartment houses for which Lower Fifth Avenue is known. A grand entrance, framed by limestone lampposts, leads to an extraordinarily ornate marble lobby, attended by a 24-hour doorman. Its sizable homes, with their soaring, 10-1/2 foot ceilings, boast an eclectic variety of original details. 42 residences. (Source: https://streeteasy.com/building/43-5-avenue-new_york)”

43 Fifth Avenue 9/10/2018
43 Fifth Avenue 9/10/2018
43 Fifth Avenue 9/10/2018
43 Fifth Avenue 9/10/2018

Joralmon Street Doors

Doors, a few details, and lamps photograped on Joralmon Street in Brooklyn Heights on September 9.