As Rotterdam faces the problem of what to do with old unused buildings, one group has come up with an innovative community idea.
This small village of just 23 homes has been listed as a World Heritage Site because of its historical importance. I visit Holasovice to find out why.
This icon of modernist architecture is open to the public – but it’s not quite that simple. This is what happened when I tried to see it.
These four houses in the Belgian capital of Brussels have been included on the World Heritage List – but does that mean you can see them?
This Lisbon district along the Tagus River was developed for the Expo in 1998 but has taken on a life of its own in the 20 years since then.
This factory was one of the first Modernist buildings in Europe and, amazingly, is still used by the same company that constructed it a century ago!
Blenheim Palace near Oxford is one of England’s World Heritage Sites. There’s also a story that says it’s where Hitler was planning to live if he won the war
It’s listed as a World Heritage Site, an example of influential architecture in Europe. That should mean you could see Stoclet House in Brussels, right?
This strange-looking building in Bishkek was where you could get married when religion was banned. So what’s it like inside now?