The Free Architecture Guide of Bucharest (PDF)
City Guides

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

11 Amazing Dance Schools Worldwide
Architecture

11 Amazing Dance Schools Worldwide

Dance schools are simultaneously one of the most poetic and difficult spaces to create. The extensive range of styles and disciplines added to the sound, lighting and ventilation requirements make them complex projects. However, the program offers rich opportunity to make the most out of view points, improvising spaces, stunning staircases and dramatic entrances. This is … Continue reading

Change the Way You Think of Wood: 9 Projects That Will Blow Your Mind
Curiosities

Change the Way You Think of Wood: 9 Projects That Will Blow Your Mind

Smooth, hard and durable wood adds a warm touch to these constructions around the globe. An interesting topic that I wanted to bring up to discussion was the materials we use to build our designs. You may have noticed how popular concrete has become in recent years. Despite being an environmentally friendly material, the industrial extraction of … Continue reading

11 Stunning Home Library Ideas for Your Book Collection
Design

11 Stunning Home Library Ideas for Your Book Collection

Avid readers, this is the perfect post for you! Among the many books in your library, I asume Architectour London Guide will be your latest addition 😛 and it deserves an amazing new home.  That’s why today I am bringing you 11 stunning ideas to inspire your little reading corner. Don’t miss 21 Inspirational Working Spaces We’ve previously … Continue reading

Designing the Guide of The Future (In Paper)
Design

Designing the Guide of The Future (In Paper)

Over the past four years, I’ve been traveling extensively which has given me a greater understanding of our motivations, our pains and our aspirations when visiting cities. Each journey has been an experiment where I have played with variations of personalized city guides based on advance research. These city guides consisted of a very complete Google Map and later a printable … Continue reading