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Top Five Architecture Maps
August 20, 2014 6:51 PM   Subscribe

Top Five Architecture Maps:
  • Iconic Houses is an international network connecting architecturally significant houses from the 20th century that are open to the public as house museums. The Iconic Houses website includes a useful Google Map showing the location of architecturally significant houses around the world.
  • Archilovers is a social network for architects, designers and lovers of architecture. Users of the network can post projects, exchange opinions and interests, and get to know designers and architects around the world.
  • The World Architecture Map (WAM) is a database of architectural information that uses Google Maps to show the locations of architectural interesting buildings around the world. It is possible to search for buildings on WAM by location, building type, architectural style or by tags.
  • Arti-Fact is great collection of architecturally important buildings and sculptures that can be found on Google Maps Street View.
  • MIMOA is a Google Maps based guide to modern architecture around the world. It is possible to browse the collection of modern architectural gems by location and by type of project.
[via Google Maps Mania]
posted by Room 641-A (2 comments total) 47 users marked this as a favorite

 
I'm rather disappointed. "Iconic Houses" doesn't include the Pittock Mansion.

I thought it had a rather unique architecture, but I'm no expert and perhaps it doesn't rise to the level of "significant". (Or maybe the person who created the list has never heard of it.)
posted by Chocolate Pickle at 7:45 PM on August 20 [1 favorite]


I know Tuscaloosa isn't known for its architecture (though we do have a couple of antebellum homes open to the public), but certainly there's something somewhere in the entire southeastern US.
posted by fogovonslack at 7:47 AM on August 21


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