unbekannter Gast


Sanaa, 1991/92, © Hasso Hohmann

The wall of this building in Sanaa is built of natural stones of different colors in the ground floor and in the upper story of bricks producing a façade with whitened reliefs. They are surrounding three typical windows consisting of a rectangular window field, which is often completely closed at midday and huge half circles, each with two ornamented glazed grids, one behind the other. They serve to reduce light in the room behind.