The Free Architecture Guide of Basel (PDF)
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The Free Architecture Guide of Basel (PDF)

Basel is Switzerland’s little secret. Located where the Swiss, French and German borders meet, Basel is a mecca for architects. Traditionally, the city has had an ancient kind of allure – Medieval Gates, grand cathedrals and historical palaces – but nowadays, contemporary architecture can be found everywhere. Special thanks to Basel Tourismus and my friend … Continue reading

The Free Architecture Guide of Porto (PDF)
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The Free Architecture Guide of Porto (PDF)

Porto, the second-largest city in Portugal after Lisbon, has a vast and interesting history; and its Roman, Celtic and Muslim influences have left behind a rich architectural legacy. This beautiful area of the Douro River has a surprising mix of buildings: Medieval religious architecture, contemporary structures by starchitects Siza and Soto de Moura and the … Continue reading

The Free Architecture Guide of Stockholm (PDF)
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The Free Architecture Guide of Stockholm (PDF)

Stockholm is vast and its history is softly infused in the landmarks that stretch across the Baltic Sea. The capital’s architecture is brimming with significance. From Vaxholm Fortress, built by Russian prisoners (and used as the filming location of Pippi) to the royal palaces of Kungliga Slottet and Drottningholms Slott. From the charmingly ancient streets of … Continue reading

The Free Architecture Guide of Ho Chi Minh City (PDF)
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The Free Architecture Guide of Ho Chi Minh City (PDF)

Vietnam’s emerging architecture can be best seen in Ho Chi Minh city and Hanoi, two beautiful cities that I explored in 2016. Because the capital is experiencing so much growth, I’ll be updating this map constantly with its new structures. This guide covers everything interesting in terms of architecture. If you find any mistakes, or have any … Continue reading

The Free Architecture Guide of Edinburgh (PDF)
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The Free Architecture Guide of Edinburgh (PDF)

While working on London’s Guide I had the chance to visit UK’s most charming cities and towns, being Edinburgh one of my favourites. There’s something magical about its hills, cobblestone streets and vernacular architecture that will make you want to visit the city over and over. This guide covers everything interesting in terms of architecture. If … Continue reading

The Free Architecture Guide of Bucharest (PDF)
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The Free Architecture Guide of Bucharest (PDF)

Neoclassical architecture proudly standing next to Communist buildings. Massive governmental structures which have been finished in the wrong period. Long avenues, vintage cafés and buildings with high risk for a collapse. A lot of personality within an emerging city of which I have high hopes. Anything interesting in terms of architecture is here. If you find … Continue reading

The Free Architecture Guide of Tunisia (PDF)
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The Free Architecture Guide of Tunisia (PDF)

Tunisia’s fascinating history is determined by the Roman influence and its proximity to Egypt. Despite its obvious resemblance to Marrakech, it also has a strong scent of Paris making it a remarkable country in which to explore the contrasts (don’t miss Tunisia’s Star Wars filming locations). Everything interesting in terms of architecture is here. If you … Continue reading

The Free Architecture Guide of Tokyo (PDF)
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The Free Architecture Guide of Tokyo (PDF)

Japan is as amazing as everyone says, and its capital even more. I spent almost a month discovering this amazing country, its food, people and wonderful architecture. I loved Tokyo and its unique skyline and architecture. Anything interesting in terms of architecture is here. If you find any mistakes, or have any suggestions please let me know. My … Continue reading

The Free Architecture Guide of Boston (PDF)
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The Free Architecture Guide of Boston (PDF)

I visited Boston for the first time two years ago. Its buildings, primarily low-rise, the city layout, based on narrow and winding streets and its parks, part of the urban grid, made me like Boston immediately. In my opinion, Boston has every good thing about European architecture without losing the distinctive touch of Northern America.  Anything interesting … Continue reading

The Free Architecture Guide of Santiago de Chile (PDF)
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The Free Architecture Guide of Santiago de Chile (PDF)

  Santiago, Chile’s vast and dense capital city, sits amidst the country’s central valley. In the winter months, one can vividly see the snow-capped Andes from most points in the city. Additionally, the urban grid is determined by two prominent hills: San Cristóbal and Santa Lucía. Since I first visited in 2013, the skyline has … Continue reading