Sixteen years after it abruptly closed, a well-known Paris department store returns, but it's far from its old self.
A seemingly impossible London swimming pool hung between two buildings may be just a harbinger of what could be next.
PHeymont revisits one of Gaudi's best-known buildings, concentrating on the small (and not so small) details
PHeymont enjoyed a visit to San Diego's not-too-large but impressive art museum on the Balboa Park Prado
DrFumblefinger admires the lovely architecture of the train station in Toledo, Spain.
With visitors and their admission fees cut off by the pandemic, work on Gaudi's masterpiece will take longer than planned.
PHeymont enjoys a historic walking tour of the Presidio area in Santa Barbara, a town devoted to adobe and red barrel tiles.
Jonathan L visits The japan Society to see an exhibit on traditional carpentry
DrFumblefinger is a fan of interesting doors and the architecture of Gaudi. Here's a look at the blending of the two.
Garry checks out his local history around Liverpool.
PHeymont finds that there's a lot more to Solvang than its quaint 'Danish' facades—including the story of how it got that way.
San Diego's beautiful station has played a key role in the city's history.
Cardiff Castle's eclectic appearance is no surprise: it's the work of nearly 2,000 years of construction!
DrFumblefinger visits the largest opera house in Italy, located in Sicily's greatest city, Palermo.
The ancient arena will get a floor for first time in centuries, as well as other improvements.