From Timbuktu to Kiyoumizu, architectural wonders can be found in every part of the world. What country or city would you choose for a truly fabulous architecture journey? Have you visited there, or do you hope to some day? What makes your favorite destination special?
A must for anyone in design
- Fallingwater by Frank Lloyd Wright. Absolutely breathtaking from every standpoint. He was green designer that I wish more graduates would take after so we can have grass and trees for our future generations.
- —Guest kygal
Rabeh's Residence - Dikwa, Borno Nigeria
- Rabeh's Residence is an edifice built to shelter a tyrant warlord that terrorized the then Borno empire, built by his so-call slaves. Dikwa, Borno Nigeria is a good Architectural tourist centre.
- —Guest Jiddah Usman
I'll Take Paris
- Paris is the home of architecture that is coming up on its 3rd millennium, as well as some of the masterpieces of the last 500 years. My studies in French history from before Charlemagne's day to the present have made me long for Paris and its beautiful buildings.
- —Guest Carol S.
- Rajasthan in India is the best place I have visited to date. The architecture clearly describes how amazing Rajasthan is.
Best City of South America
- The best city is: Ushuaia, Tierra del Fuego Argentina, end of the world, is fantastic because it is a mixture between Argentinian vernacular architecture and English architecture, all beside of the Beagle Channel (Atlantic Oceanic). It's a fantastic place with hills and eternal snow.
- My favorite place for exploring architecture is Charleston, SC
Best Arch Destinations
- Guanajuato, Mexico is by far the most interesting trip you can imagine because it is a true Medieval town founded in 1538 with an exquisite downtown of 16th, 17th, 18th, and 19th century buildings. Americans lust after antiquity. This 500 year-old town will inspire awe.
- —Guest Laura Hagler