Our readers have tagged over 6,000 photographs with our hashtag, #thespacesilike. Among the inspiring destinations you’ve snapped are the glass volumes of New York’s Metropolitan Museum and the zig-zagging walkways at Berlin’s Bauhaus Archiv.
Each Saturday we’ll feature your most striking images on The Spaces. Keep tagging them #thespacesilike for a chance to be featured.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA
Bauhaus Archiv, Berlin
@Aktion_Mensch recently asked me – as you may notice – to have a look for facilities that help people with disabilities to overcome barriers in their urban environment. I'm especially excited about moments like this, when those facilities become a natural part of the architecture around me. I will keep looking for more! . @Aktion_Mensch hat mich – wie ihr vielleicht schon mitbekommen habt – gebeten, in meinem urbanen Umfeld auf die Suche nach Hilfsmitteln für Mensch mit Behinderung zu gehen. Besonders Momente wie diesen, in denen die Hilfsmittel ganz unbemerkt Teil der Architektur meiner Stadt werden, finde ich spannend und gehe weiter auf die Suche! #AchteMalGenauerDrauf #AktionMensch #DasWirGewinnt #Berlin
Braemar Hill, Hong Kong, China
Bar Douro, London, United Kingdom
I use a second app to plan the order in which I post my shots but I'm terrible at sticking to it. I try to avoid having two similar images side by side, but a beautiful spot can often get me all giddy and push my plan out the window. One of those times is now, and one of those spots is the lovely @bardouro. — One could argue that the Porto-inspired #azulejo tiles are a tad predictable for a Portuguese restaurant, but I can never get over how strikingly beautiful they are. I'd happily sit at this tiled counter, wishing I was in Porto over a glass of Portuguese wine any day. — #bardouro #thespacesilike
Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, London, United Kingdom