Art+Architecture


18 January 2021

The Colosseum will have a retractable floor by 2023

Italy has announced plans to build a retractable floor at the Colosseum in Rome. The government has opened a bid to find a group of engineers […]
13 January 2021

10 most beautiful airports in the world

With travel currently restricted and air transport being heavily impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, many of the airports are unfortunately not as busy as they used […]
18 November 2020

10 Beautiful Mosques in the World

The word Mosque derives from the Arabic Word ‘Masjid’ and denotes the holy place of worship for Islamic followers. The architecture of mosques has mostly the […]
13 November 2020

The world’s weirdest bridges

Bridges are not just structures to connect point A to point B. They are also art pieces with a unique design that enriches the surrounding landscape. […]
30 October 2020

Historical and stunning temples in Asia

Asia is the world’s largest and most populous continent, located primarily in the Eastern and Northern Hemispheres. In general terms, Asia is bounded on the East […]
19 October 2020

Street Art in Brussels: The Best Murals

Brussels is a cosmopolitan and international city, where art can be found in the most unexpected places. With all its colorful murals, graffiti and frescos, Brussels […]
16 October 2020

10 beautiful train stations in the world

Sometimes the train station is not just a building or a place where you can buy a ticket for your next destination: it is also a […]
14 October 2020

The Grand Place of Brussels in brief

The Grand Place – or Grote Markt in Dutch – is the main square of Brussels. The square includes the City Hall, the Maison du Roi, […]
9 October 2020

Discovering 3 Brussels’ Peeing Statues

It might sound weird, but one of the most famous symbols of the capital of Europe is a little curly boy peeing shamelessly right a few […]
6 October 2020

Ghent: A trip to the beautiful Flemish city

With the rain pattering on the windows in early October, I think back to a trip I made to Ghent back in 2017. What do I […]
1 October 2020

10 EXPO structures that are still standing

Although most World’s Expo structures are temporary, some of them have such a great success that they survive beyond the fair, becoming iconic architectural symbols. Here […]
30 September 2020

Architecture lovers behold: Brussels Biennale Neoclassic is here

It is no secret that Brussels is a true gem for architecture lovers. Whether you are a fan of Art Deco, Art Nouveau or even Brutalism: […]
23 September 2020

Dreaming of travel: Angkor Wat

How many places on your travel wish list are there due to the power of movies? Cinema has the power to transport us briefly to other […]
11 September 2020

Hearst Castle: Is This The 20th Century’s Most Insane Home?

Imagine an ‘enchanted hill’ where cherished family camping trips took place, transformed into a vast and luxurious castle, when boy becomes businessman. But with all the […]
10 September 2020

Crypt at Notre-Dame reopens in homage to Victor Hugo

Closed to the public since the fire that damaged much of the Notre-Dame Cathedral on 15 April 2019, the crypt under the court-yard is to reopen […]
25 August 2020

3 Art Deco gems
you must visit in Brussels

Visiting Brussels is a bit like going on an architectural treasure hunt. The city bursts with buildings of all different kind of styles, yet some of […]
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