The Huffington Post:
“Architecture is not reserved for an elite in any sense,” writes art historian and writer Philip Jodidio. “It is rather the substance from which country, culture, city and identity are formed.”
Jodidio is the author of the recently published book Discovering Architecture, a visual journey through the histories of 50 of the world’s greatest buildings and the architects who imagined them. From the Eiffel Tower to the Sagrada Familia, the art lovers’ tome profiles everything from well-known destinations to hidden design gems… basically every architectural work you need to visit before you die.