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Architecture Travel

Matera: The City of Stones

By on 1st May 2017

Before, during and after every Game of Thrones season articles pop up about all the stunning sights where the series has been filmed. They’re all worth a visit obviously,…

Architecture Art & Design

The building that ‘sings’ in the rain

By on 16th March 2017

We all feel a little down sometimes when it rains, but Dresden has a building that might cheer you up when it starts pouring. There’s a blue house with…

Architecture Travel

Funny one-star reviews of famous landmarks: Rome

By on 18th February 2017

Rome is basically a big open air museum. Everywhere you look there’s history to be seen, but unfortunately not everyone can appreciate it. Just like in our previous editions…

Architecture Working & Living

Madrid architecture firm lets their employees work in the woods

By on 24th October 2016

Everybody knows that being locked up in an office 40 hours a week isn’t the most healthy thing in the world. But what if you moved the office to…

Architecture Travel

Funny one-star reviews of famous European landmarks

By on 8th October 2016

Our beautiful little continent houses some of the most amazing landmarks in the world, but not everyone can appreciate the majesty of the Roman Colosseum or the mindblowing architecture…


The destroyed beauty of Palmyra rebuilt in 3D

By on 26th September 2016

ISIS not only made headlines decapitating journalists in recent years, but the destroying of monuments also was big news. Thanks to three local organizations and the help of UNESCO,…


A postman and a palace made of pebbles

By on 8th August 2016

For 33 years French postman Ferdinand Cheval collected pebbles while walking his post route. He used the stones to make his ‘ideal palace’, like the one he saw in…