Stockholm Metro Art: 6 Beautiful Metro Stations To Visit
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Stockholm Metro Art: 6 Beautiful Metro Stations To Visit

Travelling – remember that? An archaic PC (Pre-Covid) ritual where individuals went from one place to another, typically over a distance bigger than someone’s living room. I know, I know, dear globetrotter, you’re itching for the day you can travel again. With the days getting colder and the nights getting longer, leaving the house looks a lot … Continue reading

23 Spots You Shouldn’t Miss in Basel If You Love Architecture
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23 Spots You Shouldn’t Miss in Basel If You Love Architecture

There have long been grounds upon which to find Switzerland attractive – mountains and chocolate yes, buildings and culture double yes. But now it emerges that its notoriously famous architecture – think of Zürich, Basel and Geneva – might be reason enough to visit the great Helvetia. According to a study by Thomson Reuters, Switzerland experienced a … Continue reading

23 Spots You Shouldn’t Miss in Madrid If You Love Architecture
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23 Spots You Shouldn’t Miss in Madrid If You Love Architecture

Madrid, with its cobblestone streets, vibrant parks and classical buildings, is a most delightful city. However, its past reveals tumultuous fights and intense history that, luckily for us, has resulted in positive urban measures and constant architectural renewal. Its interesting past is reflected in the old façades, open public spaces and religious institutions, but also … Continue reading

7 Charming European Destinations to Visit This Spring
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7 Charming European Destinations to Visit This Spring

Anyone excited about Spring? Trees are slowly getting ready to bloom, Europe’s cultural agenda is aligning art and film festivals and we are happy to start planning some weekend adventures. In March, April, and especially May, some cities in Europe offer the best options: pleasant weather, manageable crowds, and reasonable rates. With softer temperatures, blooming … Continue reading

17 Architecturally Amazing Spas in Europe
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17 Architecturally Amazing Spas in Europe

Architecture should be used for the well-being and happiness of its occupants, and even more so when we speak about spas. Spas have existed since the classical times, meaning that we have more experience creating wellness centres than, let’s say, Catholic churches. Spa therapies are a popular means to treat illnesses, resulting in physical and spiritual purification. … 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

Modern Religious Architecture: 10 Stunning Constructions Of The Past 10 Years
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Modern Religious Architecture: 10 Stunning Constructions Of The Past 10 Years

What’s the role of religion nowadays? In an increasingly stressful and individualistic world, worship places around the world are doing their best at providing peaceful spaces where a community of people can thrive together, as a group. One might think that such a building typology is declining. On the contrary, investment from several institutions (government, … Continue reading

23 Spots You Shouldn’t Miss in Barcelona If You Love Architecture
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23 Spots You Shouldn’t Miss in Barcelona If You Love Architecture

Nobody can resist the charm of Barcelona. Especially us architects. In Barcelona, the cradle of contemporary urbanism, the landscape is enriched with endless layers of history. Since its first settlers, Roman colonists, generation after generation built here, one on top of another. Romans, Visigoths and a brief Islamic period are still embedded within the city’s … Continue reading

23 Spots You Shouldn’t Miss in Tokyo If You Love Architecture
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23 Spots You Shouldn’t Miss in Tokyo If You Love Architecture

Tokyo is rapidly expanding and by 2050 is expected to have an impressive population of 38 million. The city’s infrastructure and architecture are following suit and new constructions are constantly being built. But what typology of buildings are popping here and there across the metropolis? You’ll be surprised to learn that the newer constructions, especially … 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

Everything You Need to Know for Planning an Amazing Balloon Trip to Cappadocia
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Everything You Need to Know for Planning an Amazing Balloon Trip to Cappadocia

One of the most beautiful things about traveling is matching an experience with a personal moment of our lives. A connection between our current state and a place that we are likely to remember forever. I recommend this trip if you are looking for perspective, adrenaline and mental stimulation. Turkey, with its varied landscape, architecture … 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