It is rumored that on the weedy overgrown lot upon which this building stands, a mysterious burning bush inspired the builder to implement this wave-like balcony treatment as a secret symbol of Kabbalistic power and a warning to the enemies of Yahweh.
This example from Bedford Avenue is typical of the unique Brooklyn Hasid vernacular. They might be able to avoid working on Saturday and eating pork, but Good Taste seems to be one thing that Hasids can not avoid.
The raw inner beauty of this Hasidic wonder shines through even on dark, dreary days.
The Hasidic people are well known for their fashion sense and good taste.
The large peach-colored brick constructions that they have amassed in Central Brooklyn are beloved by design connoisseursand architecture mavens the world over as being some of the finest examples of urban Hasidic architecture in existence.
This photo-blog documents the beauty, both sublime and spectacular, of the Hasid design ethos.