A constantly growing database

ArchiMaps now shows more than 2,700 architecture works and over 120 ArchiRoutes, distributed among 8 city guides and 8 architect guides. We are always working to increase our database, either with the addition of new guides or by improving existing ones through new buildings and ArchiRoutes. We also host temporary guides to architecture-related events.

Our guides: cities





Los Angeles & Southern California


Mexico City

New York City

Our guides: architects

Alvar Aalto

Antoni Gaudí

Louis I. Kahn

Adolf Loos

Mies van der Rohe

Eero Saarinen

Sáenz de Oíza

Alejandro de la Sota

Current events

KidSketch San Diego

Past events

Orchids & Onions San Diego

Open House San Diego

An accurate content

ArchiMaps has been developed by architects, and the selection of works featured and their data compilation is done by specialists in Architectural History, always using credited and reliable sources.

From antiquity through present day

ArchiMaps not only focuses on modern and contemporary architecture, but on every style and historical period: our Barcelona City Guide features constructions from the roman-built city walls to the most recent works by Toyo Ito or RCR, by way of the best romanesque and modernisme buildings in the city.

Guides inside guides: ArchiRoutes

ArchiRoutes point out the architectural hot spots of the city or architect that the guide is focused on. Some have a more general approach, i.e., with a not-to-miss selection of works. Others go in depth on certain aspects of local architecture or from the author’s built corpus.

How can I contribute to ArchiMaps?

To keep control of our contents, we always review any contribution from users before it goes online. Suggestions and proposals are well received here.

If you have photographed a building featured on our App, and you would like your picture to appear on ArchiMaps, please send your photograph to us here.