Halfway Houses

When new owners purchased half of a duplex in Ruhrgebiet, Germany, disparate renovations and paint jobs began to emerge. Wolfgang Fröhling has photographed these two-faced houses and they are kind of incredible to look at!

A photo of a house straight-on. The house was renovated on one side by one person and the other by someone else. The house appears to have been designed to be mostly brick with an accent square in the middle of the face of the house. One half of that square is white, the other half is painted yellow with some brick accents built onto it.

A photo of a one-level house. Half of it is painted a light blue, the other half is almost entirely covered in leafy vines, with just a bit of dark grey stucco showing on top.

(Via Colossal)

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