10 Achitectural Quotes From 10 Architect

Famous architects have tried to teach us over the years to never underestimate the power of design. These wise and beautiful words from your favorite positive thinkers will get you in the right mindset to tackle whatever obstacles lie ahead. Inspirational quotes from successful people can help you reframe negative thoughts during tough times and…

Archtrove Travels To Chicago – The Home of Skyscrapers (and Pizza)

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…

Nottinghamshire

Archtrove Travels To Nottinghamshire – Sherwood Forest and Wollaton Hall

Nottinghamshire is a county in the East Midlands of England, bordering South Yorkshire to the north-west, Lincolnshire to the east, Leicestershire to the south, and Derbyshire to the west Nottingham in Nottinghamshire Nottingham is a city in central England’s Midlands region. It’s known for its role in the Robin Hood legend and for the hilltop…

Archtrove travels to Malacca

Architecture in Malacca Malacca is Malaysia’s Historical City. Culturally and socially. Malacca boasts a history of port settlement and the result of some 600 years history has made Malacca a multicultural society and their presence is still very visible through the building heritage that is still standing. It is here in Malacca that one can…

Helix Bridge

Archtrove Travels To Helix Bridge – where connections are made

Once known as the Double Helix Bridge, the Helix Bridge is a remarkable piece of architecture. This amazing pedestrian bridge was opened in 2010 and links the Marina Centre with the Marina South. The Marina Bay area bridge is a favourite amongst pedestrians as it makes it easy to navigate the Marina Bay area. What…

Grand Central Station

Grand Central Station, Birmingham

Grand Central Station, is a train station and shopping centre located in Birmingham. It opened in 2015 as a much-needed redevelopment of the previously dilapidated train station. The original centre was built in 1971 and known as The Pallasades. The centre has been redesigned with a glass atrium roof as the centrepiece and is home to…