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.

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Architecture Articles
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Defensive urban architecture: How city planners are giving you the finger

by Emma Thieme
3

China’s Phoenix Towers will be the tallest, greenest buildings in the world

by Matt Hershberger
4

30 of the world’s most impressive ancient ruins

by Joe Batruny

23 colorful images of art and architecture in Oakland, CA

by Hal Amen
2

Will Sochi’s Olympic sites one day look like these beautiful ruins?

by Nate Robert
4

Iraq is beautiful, too

by Matt Hershberger
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The tiny house movement might be the future of America

by Matt Hershberger
4

17 of Southeast Asia’s most photogenic temples

by Joe Batruny
2

A GoPro first: Touring Pyongyang, North Korea

by Matt Hershberger
3

33 colossal monuments and statues around the world

by Joe Batruny
1

What it’s like to stand on top of Rio de Janeiro

by Katka Lapelosa
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40 of the world’s most impressive skylines

by Alex Scola

28 dizzying photos from the top of the world’s tallest skyscrapers

by Matt Hershberger
4

30 of the trippiest buildings around the world

by Abigail Fox

Old Tbilisi, Georgia: Decaying beauty, or birth of a tourist trap?

by Nate Robert
2

Are aerial bike lanes coming to London?

by Matt Hershberger
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Sneaking into Bulgaria’s abandoned Communist party headquarters

by Nate Robert

Check out this ‘country bunker’ house in Austin [pics]

by Dwell
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