Community Challenge: Your Local Architecture
Architecture simultaneously reflects and influences culture, all the way from national monuments through to neighborhoods and workplaces.
So, in keeping with the spirit of our community challenges, we’d like you to showcase a building that reflects your local culture.
It can be a dwelling that exemplifies your local traditions and constructions or a building that encapsulates a look to the future – or anything in between!
Be creative in how you approach that challenge (some ideas in links below) but give us a taste of what your local buildings say about your culture. If there is history behind the building you feature, please add a few words of explanation in the accompanying text.
The challenge will run from Nov 17 through Nov 30 (no entries before or after those dates will be considered).
To enter and be eligible, please tag ONE photo to:
- CBArchitecture (for Cultural Blip Architecture)
- Country name (the absence of a country name will disqualify the entry)
- City or county or State name(s) to help narrow the geographical field.
As always, we look forward to your submissions!
Text by Michele (aka Alsacienne)
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