November 4th 2009

Architecture Guide for iPhone

Who wouldn’t want to have the world’s best architectural masterpieces in the convenience of their pocket? And let’s make it even better by adding on GPS capabilities.

Are you sold? We are with the Architecture Guide for iPhone and iPod Touch.

This GPS-enabled guide delivers you the best in architectural achievements from the 20th and 21 centuries. If you love to travel, it’s a must have – the guide lays it out where the most interesting buildings and structures can be found.

By giving you easy to follow driving or walking directions, all information – except for maps –  stored offline on your phone, letting you connect even when you, well, can’t connect.

Each work includes a full description, photographs, and basic stats, as well as a Google Street View when you go online.

With 165 different architects in 270 cities across the world, it houses over a thousand pictures spanning decades of tradition.

Not sure if it’s for you? Check out their free trial.

Don’t have an iPhone or iPod Touch? Then go old school by choosing one of these great architecture books and hook yourself up with a Garmin nüvi GPS Navigator.


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Andrew loves art and design, and pursues his studies in his final year at the Ontario College of Art and Design. He loves seeking out new artists and giving them their dues, and in his spare time, focuses on his own abstract sculpture.