Architecture

Architecture fundamentally impacts a traveler’s experience of place, from where one eats, sleeps, waits for buses, trains, etc., to the overall architectural traditions that help give a certain place its feel.

Matador’s community has fans and students of various schools of architecture. Through their stories and photo essays, we hope to share our appreciation for architecture, and help travelers see architecture as be a point of entry into a place’s culture and history.

Architecture Articles

Living out of boxes: what it’s like to reside in San Francisco’s ‘Containertopia’

by Signe Brewster
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10 spots that remind us how beautiful Caracas really is

by Adriana Herrera
1

15 must-have experiences in Bogota

by Sr.Mao

It took this man 10 years to realize he was living in a synagogue

by PRI's The World
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A quick guide to the neighborhoods of Madrid

by Rodolfo Contreras

The story ‘Narcos’ doesn’t tell: The most dangerous drug cartel city is now the most innovative

by Blaze Nowara

Try the minimalist lifestyle at this tiny-house resort in Oregon

by Morgane Croissant

The failed socialist utopian dream that helped make Dallas a major city

by Julia Barton
1

Check this rad mountain shelter built on skis

by Morgane Croissant

This is what the Sagrada Familia will look like when completed in 2026

by Morgane Croissant

Here’s why some of China’s biggest and most expensive buildings sit empty.

by Jessica Phelan

28 photos that show Los Angeles turning into the new New York

by Colin Heinrich
3

This reclusive artist has spent 25 years building underground masterpieces in the desert

by Matt Hershberger
1

21 Instagrams that will inspire you to visit Los Angeles

by Nick Pachelli
1

These tents could be the future of refugee camps around the world

by Morgane Croissant
3

15 architectural achievements every Chicagoan should be proud of

by Michael Bonocore

Can you name these famous buildings? [QUIZ]

by Morgane Croissant

This crew built the most epic homestead ever. Treehouse. Hot Tub. Skate Bowl!

by Alex Scola
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