Architecture Filter
  1. Architectural Afterlife

    “People were here once, living and working and now they are gone while the collapsing ruins remain a place that is looked past by so many.” Preserving history through imagery, Cleveland, Ohio-based photojournalist Johnny Joo documents the history of decaying, forgotten places across the US.

    Architecture
  2. Design*Sponge

    Created by Grace Bonney in 2004, Design*Sponge is a leading design, lifestyle, and DIY site that focuses on beautiful spaces and objects, as well as on the people who create and use them.

    Architecture
  3. Small House Bliss

    Frank and Mili’s Small House Bliss showcases the benefits and beauty of smaller, well-designed homes around the world.

    Architecture
  4. A Moveable Feast: A Brief History of the Revolving Restaurant

    From the archives of J. S. Graboyes’ Duck Pie blog, a look into the origins of an unnecessary-yet-fascinating 20th-century invention.

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  7. Anita’s Images

    For a taste of life in the middle of the Mediterranean, visit Anita’s Images, where a Swedish expat living in Malta focuses on street scenes, landscapes, and gorgeous macro shots of local plants.

    Architecture
  8. The Iris

    The official blog of the Getty, in Los Angeles, The Iris aims to educate and inspire art lovers with articles on topics ranging from ancient crafts to modern architecture.

    Architecture
  9. Community Spotlight: Photoblogger Andy Moyle

    From landscape shots to architecture, a selection of Moyle’s recent Photo Challenge contributions.

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    "To me, a perfect example of differing textures are lichens on tree bark." Andy Moyle's photo of lichen on the Formonthills, in Fife, Scotland. Posted in response to the "Textures" Photo Challenge.
  10. Medievalists.net

    From recent archaeological discoveries to articles on pop-culture references to the so-called “Middle Ages,” the writers behind Medievalists.net aim to bring history alive.

    Architecture
  11. The Secret Knowledge of Spaces

    Susie Trexler — an architectural historian by trade and architecture admirer by passion — shares her love of places, spaces, and the stories they tell.

    Architecture
  12. Places and Spaces, Imagined: The Art of Paul Dobraszczyk

    The art of Paul Dobraszczyk explores responses to places and spaces, both real and imaginary.

    Architecture
    "Armada" (2016) by Paul Dobraszczyk
  13. Paul Dobraszczyk

    Manchester, UK-based researcher, artist, and photographer Paul Dobraszczyk is interested in visual culture, the built-environment from the 19th century and on, the urban future, underground spaces, print culture, and industrial architecture.

    Architecture

    "Underground City" (2007)

  14. Bauhaus Movement

    With a massive social following, Bauhaus Movement is the web’s go-to destination for lovers of modernist aesthetics, with a carefully curated selection of architecture, design, and visual arts.

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    The old town with snow-covered roofs at night, with the illuminated Gothic bell towers, Zurich, Switzerland.