Stockholm Metro Art: 6 Beautiful Metro Stations To Visit
Travel

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

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

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)
City Guides

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)
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

The Free Architecture Guide of Amsterdam (PDF)
Architecture

The Free Architecture Guide of Amsterdam (PDF)

Amsterdam is all about practical urban planning, amazing cycling infrastructure, tulip-lined canal bridges and old merchant houses tilt at impossible angles. I visited Amsterdam for the first time this year and fell in love with it on day one. Discover secret spots, new buildings and the most amazing places to photograph the city among other things. If you find any mistakes, or … Continue reading

The Free Architecture Guide of Boston (PDF)
City Guides

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 Shanghai (PDF)
Architecture

The Free Architecture Guide of Shanghai (PDF)

I had never been to China before this summer. I was very fortunate to have been awarded a full scholarship for Tongji’s summer program on sustainability and green practices and got the chance to visit Shanghai for the first time. I was deeply impressed by their culture, their philosophy and their construction methods. I had time to discover the … Continue reading

50+ Architectural Reasons to Visit Every Province in Spain (1/2)
Curiosities

50+ Architectural Reasons to Visit Every Province in Spain (1/2)

If you have a pair of sunglasses and a sketch book, you’ll need nothing else in Spain. In addition to the sunshine and its (amazing) food, Spain is also widely known for its architecture. Influenced by the Romans, the Visigoths and the Muslims among others, Spain has a beautiful mixture of architectural styles that have remained or have … Continue reading

The Most Bizarre Concrete Building in Madrid
Architecture

The Most Bizarre Concrete Building in Madrid

Winter 1970, Madrid If you love concrete  you’ll love this piece, built between 1960-1990. The Spanish cultural heritage building, “Instituto del Patrimonio Cultural” is the most unusual concrete building in Madrid. Building: Instituto del Patrimonio Cultural de España Architects: Fernando Higueras (1930-2008), Rafael Moneo (1937- ), Antonio Miró (1931-2011) Year built: 1960-1990 Location: Calle del … Continue reading

10 Art and Architecture WordPress Blogs You Should Follow for Inspiration
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10 Art and Architecture WordPress Blogs You Should Follow for Inspiration

Sometimes we try to find inspiration in big art/architecture magazines while there are many unknown artists publishing their amazing work online. It’s been nearly a year since I started blogging with WordPress and during this time I came accross many outstanding blogs. This is a selection of WordPress sites that I find amazing in all … Continue reading