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Architecture is present everywhere in our everyday surroundings — from cutting-edge museum buildings and towering glass office blocks to bus stops, ancient monuments to old heritage houses, schools and sports stadiums. The world looks very different if we stop, rethink (and photograph!) the everyday examples which surround us.” The goal this week is to capture the architectural structures in a creative way.

Here are some tips to get you started:

Focus on the different ways buildings and landmarks affect you. “Architectural structures play an important role in our everyday lives, from the private spaces we share with family to communal spaces we work or study in to shared public spaces we use to gather and come together
Step back to show buildings within the context of their landscapes and surroundings (whether a skyscraper towering over an urban skyline or a thatched-roof house in the middle of an open field).
Don’t forget to go inside the spaces you photograph to capture interesting details in walls, doorways and stairwells — as well as the people that inhabit or utilize the space.

PROJECT RULES: Please add the #IGAarchitecture hashtag to your old and new photos & videos and only submit your own visuals to the project. Any image or video taken and tagged is eligible to be featured right here next Sunday evening.
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#GeorgeTown is the colorful, multicultural capital of the Malaysian island of #Penang. Once an important Straits of Malacca trading hub, the city is known for its British colonial buildings, Chinese shophouses and mosques.

The world-renowned Paradesi Syngagogue, first built in 1568 and reconstructed in part and enlarged over the years, can be found in the Mattancherry area of Kochi. The road that it was built on came to be known as Jew Street or Synagogue Lane, and the surrounding neighborhood as Jew Town. The Rajah of Cochin generously allotted the community land in Cochin da Cima, or Upper Cochin, next to his own palace (now a city museum) and an adjacent small Hindu temple to service himself and his royal family. The synagogue, today the only functioning one in Kerala, was erected for a congregation whose core had migrated from Cranganore to the north of Kochi where they were then joined by a larger group of relative newcomers from Europe and Western Asia. The diverse influx of Jews to Mattancherry led to its designation as the Paradesi, or Foreigners’ Synagogue. #WHPLocalLens @instagram

Surat city at night!


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