A young European capital ripe in architecture, Helsinki is the third largest Nordic city and has one of the highest standards of living in the world.
A trip through Mexico is like taking a journey through the architectural wonders of the last…
A trip to Berlin is like taking a walk through the history of 20th-century Europe. From the 1800s Kingdom of Prussia, to Reunified Germany in 1990.
Nestled between Lake Mälaren and the Baltic Sea, Stockholm owns a rich collection of contemporary and traditional architecture that dates as far back as…
Often ranked at the very top of global living standards, Oslo is rich in natural topography and situated at the northernmost end of the Oslofjord.
Located at the confluence of the Canadian Rockies and the Canadian Prairies, the municipality of Calgary is the third largest in Canada.
Despite its small size, Reykjavik has several incredible contemporary and traditional buildings in close proximity to one another.
Santiago is going through an architectural renaissance of sorts.The city is bustling with new projects while staying true to its regional vernacular.
It’s crazy to think that there was a time when Barcelona looked down on its greatest works of architecture, from Gaudi and Casanovas, to Montaner.
With a city as old as Amsterdam, diving deeper into its architecture opens up a rich story from its time as a small fishing village on the River Amstel.