Walking down Avenue George V in Paris, we noticed an odd site up ahead — a wavy, Dali-esque building. Even stranger: It wasn’t in our guidebook.
The building looked like it was melting and we could see it from many blocks away, so it seemed like it was something important.
As we got closer and closer, though, we realized it was just a painted/printed facade hiding construction on an apartment building near the Four Seasons.
How inventive! I wish it could stay that way, though I don’t think that’s what the building behind it will look like.
Definitely worth a look if you’re in the area. All its street-facing sides are covered like this.