Interiors

Monday, 21 November 2011

David Hurlbut's Harmony club

photo © Robert Rausch of GAS Design Center, Image Courtesy of The New York Times.

photo © Robert Rausch of GAS Design Center, Image Courtesy of The New York Times.

photo © Robert Rausch of GAS Design Center, Image Courtesy of The New York Times.

photo © Robert Rausch of GAS Design Center, Image Courtesy of The New York Times.

photo © Robert Rausch of GAS Design Center, Image Courtesy of The New York Times.

photo © Robert Rausch of GAS Design Center, Image Courtesy of The New York Times.


photo © Robert Rausch of GAS Design Center, Image Courtesy of The New York Times.


photo © Robert Rausch of GAS Design Center, Image Courtesy of The New York Times.

photo © Robert Rausch of GAS Design Center, Image Courtesy of The New York Times.

photo © Robert Rausch of GAS Design Center, Image Courtesy of The New York Times.

photo © Robert Rausch of GAS Design Center, Image Courtesy of The New York Times.

photo © Robert Rausch of GAS Design Center, Image Courtesy of The New York Times.


In 1999 David Hurlbut bought this building
which had originally housed The Harmony Club.
A Gentleman's club in Selma, Alabama,
overlooking the Alabama River.
He has turned the club into a home without
loosing the spirit or the poetic decadence
of the interior.

These pictures and the article I found at:


Who in turn, were given permission to use them by Robert Raush
(the photographer who copyrighted these images)

and the New York Times, who originally carried the article.


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