This is a building along the Eendrachtskade N.Z. in Groningen, Netherlands; it must have been some business building, maybe a workshop or small factory, but there is no clue as to its original function.
It is built in a lovely consistent Art Deco style, with some bold geometric shapes formed by brickwork. The whole façade is constructed from the same beautiful orange-red and very smooth brick. This is a detail of the construction of the bay window.
Architect: tbd (have been unable to find this building in the Groninger Archives - http://www.groningerarchieven.nl - so far, but I've not given up yet); it seems to have been built in or after 1916, but certainly before 1930. The brick used is the typical orange-red, very smooth 'Groninger' brick.