Spanning rivers, canals, lakes and seas to connect communities, regions and countries
Polish Jewish migrant Tuschinski established several cinemas in the Netherlands, particularly in Amsterdam and Rotterdam
Factories, workshops, power plants and more - these buildings are where European industrial heritage was created. This gallery explores industrial architecture across Europe.
On coastlines all around Europe, lighthouses have guided sailors and ships to safety. This gallery of photographs shines a light on the architecture of lighthouses across the continent.
Synagogues, Jewish communities' places of worship, have been found across Europe for millennia.
Hotels are not simply places to stay and relax, but places of work for many people. This gallery shows photographs and illustrations of grand hotels across Europe.
Brings together photographs of factories and workers from across Europe, where workers became cogs in a machine.
Explore the architectural legacy of baptisteries from the Byzantine period.
Bolckow & Vaughan iron and steelworks drove the growth of Middlesbrough
Like many large companies, the story of Van Nelle business started with a small shop.
Our Love across borders series is inspired by stories of romance and love related to migration.
Photographs, drawings, paintings and postcards of Europe's grand opera houses, concert halls and theatres.
Water, coal, oil, nuclear or wind: for centuries, people have harnessed nature and science to generate energy and electricity for industrial power.
How Art Nouveau enhanced architecture and interior design
For thousands of migrants looking for a job or a new start in life, New York City has always been (and still is) a favoured destination.
Discover the influential Bauhaus art and design school, founded by architect Walter Gropius in 1919.
Eduards Kraucs's photography documents the construction of the Ķegums Hydropower Plant, one of Latvia's interwar achievements.
Learning scenarios about architecture