Blue Crowe Media's Maps are Guides to Architectural Styles Around Cities

By: Joey Haar - Oct 17, 2016
References: bluecrowmedia & archdaily
Blue Crowe Media's architectural guide maps are excellent resources for those interested in hunting down different architectural styles around cities. For students of architecture, whether enrolled in a graduate program or a student in the more figurative sense, finding real-world examples of the architecture they study can be a helpful way to understand it. Blue Crowe Media's maps each focus on a particular style of architecture, making it easier to find and examine those instantiations.

Currently, Blue Crowe Media has four architectural guide maps. Two of those are for London, exploring examples of Brutalism and Art Deco buildings. The next is a map of Moscow that charts Constructivist edifices throughout the city. Finally, Blue Crowe media has another Brutalist map, this one of Washington, DC.