5 Virtual Tours That Every Architect Should Visit

1. California State Archives on Google Arts & Culture

Landscape architecture and history fanatics unite! You can explore historical photos, national park photography and railroad plans on the California State Archives through Google Arts & Culture. Go down the rabbit hole and browse through the virtual exhibits and photo albums, all available for free.

2. Dominion Tower by Zaha Hadid

Take a virtual tour of the Dominion Office Building in Moscow, Russia, designed by Zaha Hadid Architects. Roam the halls and explore each floor of this fascinating and modern building.

3. The Soane Museum

Check out the historic house, museum and library of neoclassical architect Sir John Soane with this virtual reality tour. You’ll be transported instantly and mesmerized throughout your online journey.

4. Walt Disney Concert Hall

For its 10th anniversary, the Walt Disney Concert Hall in downtown LA, designed by USC Architecture alumnus Frank Gehry, created a high-def virtual tour that takes you inside and out of the striking building.

5. The Architecture of Antoni Gaudi & Others

Google Arts & Culture is also offering a tour of 11 of Spanish architect Antoni Gaudi’s most well-known projects, including the Sagrada Familia and Park Güell. A range of “best-of” tours with other renowned architects, such as Rem Koolhaas and Le Corbusier, is also just a click away.

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