The Free Architecture Guide of Munich (PDF)
City Guides

The Free Architecture Guide of Munich (PDF)

Munich – Bavaria’s capital since 1506 – is a city with layers and layers of history. Its many years as a rising architectural epicentre have left an interesting and unique mix of buildings. From Middle Age churches and cathedrals to contemporary synagogues. From skyscrapers to small pavilions. Brutalism to Art Nouveau. Munich’s architecture is truly extensive … Continue reading

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

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

Earlier this year, my friend and photographer Philipp Heer and I explored Munich. We were fascinated by its museums, contemporary religious architecture and U-Bahn stations – to name a few. München Tourismus had invited us to spend a couple of days exploring and capturing the city from its many angles, and thanks to the brilliant … Continue reading

The Instagram Hunt: 12 Beautiful Staircases in Hamburg
Photography

The Instagram Hunt: 12 Beautiful Staircases in Hamburg

Staircases, a functional aspect of a building which moves us from one level to the next, can actually be the centerpiece of the architectural concept. And it’s a delight when there is time (and money) dedicated to this unique space, and they become the most special area of the building. We explored some stunning staircases during our trip – big, small, old, new – and left a couple more for our next adventure in the Hanseatic city. What this selection has in common is that they are some of the most special ones; because of their design, history, materials and architects. Continue reading