Archtrove Travels to Sidi Bou Said

Sidi Bou Said is Tunisia's answer to the Blue and White City. Blue to represent the sea and sky and white to reflect the heat. The town is situated above the sea level and getting there is a mountainous journey. When you are in the town it continues to be rocky streets. The streets and… Continue reading Archtrove Travels to Sidi Bou Said

America · Architecture · Uncategorized

Archtrove Travels to Chicago, USA

Chicago, nicknamed the Windy City, is true to its name, but it is so much more. Not only does it have the status of being the home of the first skyscraper, it also has character. Something you would not expect from a city that had historical buildings destroyed in a Great Fire and skyscrapers now… Continue reading Archtrove Travels to Chicago, USA

Architecture · England

Archtrove Travels To York, England

York is the place you think of to experience old-school English charm, with its historical references, its quaint and charming streets and its knooks and crannies. York Minister Most famous of its buildings is the York Minister. Proudly sitting in the square with surrounding shops, which would have once been the market, it would have… Continue reading Archtrove Travels To York, England

Architecture · Birmingham · England

Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham

Historically the area of Jewellery Quarter has been the birthplace of many pioneering advancements in industrial technology but since the decline the area resulted in delapidation. One sector that has not declined in the jewellery sector, with numerous shops and a school and the name of course. Its old school charn still exists in these… Continue reading Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham