Recently, Instagram has become more than just a social network – it’s become a hub in the creative community, an amazing source for ideas and inspiration, and, for us, a place to appreciate everything that’s breathtaking about the design and creation of beautiful buildings. If you’re sick of double-tapping your friends’ brunches and kids first-day-of-whatever, beautify your feed with these 6 architecture Instagrams that are truly thumb stopping.
This photographer has an amazing eye for lines and perspective. He shows even the blandest buildings in a whole new light, and elevates classics in a fresh new way.
This New York based photographer showcases a great mix of both exteriors and interiors. He’s not afraid to embrace the grittier side of things, and often has people in his shots. His feed is full of life, and tons of eye-candy from his travels around the world.
@Macenzo on Instagram, this Amsterdam-based photographer has an eye for pattern and repetition that’s easy to get lost in. Plus, he’s a founder of @SeeMyCity, an Instagram collective that features amazing architecture and urban mobile photography from around the world. Check them both out!
If you love Japan – and it’s hard not to – Yokomouton will be a must-follow for you. Dreamy architecture and a delicate execution makes this both an interesting and weirdly soothing feed with a distinctly surreal feel.
A photographer for Architectural Digest Germany, his @Le_Blanc Instagram is stunning because it manages to make every building look larger than life, all within that tiny Instagram square. His feed is otherworldly and comfortingly uniform, emphasizing remarkable architectural details that show the true beauty in each building.
Ivo’s a Holland-based photographer that’s travelling Europe. He’s not afraid to play with bold colours, shapes or perspectives, all found in Europe’s beautiful old and modern architecture. If you want a trip around the EU without leaving your phone, this feed is your best bet.
What are your favourite architecture Instagram feeds? Have you taken a snap of any of our buildings? We want to see! Tag us on Twitter @BazisInc.
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