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We guide you to some of the world's best architecture. Architecture-oriented travel guides, blog posts and travel tips from architects.

Chateau La Coste. The Art Centre by Tadao Ando. Photo: Kirsten Kiser
March 24, 2014 /

Chateau La Coste
Le Puy Ste Réparade, France

Château la Coste is a place of wine, art and architecture that will continue to evolve as new projects and installations are developed.

Olympic Stadium. Photo courtesy of City of Helsinki
March 10, 2014 /

Travel guide: Helsinki
Helsinki, Finland

Helsinki is known as a 'city of architecture'. As one of Europe’s youngest capitals, it was first shaped by Neoclassical architecture and later became the world’s largest concentration of Jugendstil buildings and National Romanticism. It was Alvar Aalto, who put Finland’s modern architecture on the world map. Helsinki features several of his masterpieces such as the academic bookstore and Finlandia Hall. Recently, the city experienced a renaissance of wooden architecture (see Kamppi Chapel) as well as major international art centers such as The Kiasma (1998) designed by Steven Holl and the Helsinki Music Centre.

Hotel Le Corbusier. Photo courtesy Hotel Le Corbusier
February 19, 2014 /

Hotels: Hotel Le Corbusier
Marseille, France

Unite d’Habitation, Le Corbusier’s first large scale project, is one of his most important. Hotel Le Corbusier is a 'must' for architecture aficionados.

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