r/Lost Architecture is a subreddit for professional architects and architecture enthusiasts to post pictures of buildings that no longer exist.
This community has over 167,300 members from all over the world, who gather to discuss all things lost architecture. Members are constantly posting pictures of lost buildings or architectural pieces that no longer exist.
Alongside the images, they commonly include additional data such as the place, the dates where the building was created and destroyed, and the original purpose of the building.
Overall, the community it's a great place to find others with the same passion for ancient architecture. Keep in mind that posting before/after pictures is forbidden. This is because the goal of the subreddit is to appreciate lost architecture, and not to complain about modern buildings.
Find like-minded people:
Inside the community's subreddit, you can find tens of thousands of professional architects and architecture enthusiasts from all over the world, who have a passion for ancient architecture.
Discuss all things lost architecture:
The community serves as a place to post pictures of lost buildings and share the history behind them. Members are able to appreciate lost architecture and learn more about buildings that no longer exist.
All members of Lost Architecture connect and interact inside the community's subreddit. They like to post pictures of lost buildings and share the history of that specific architectural piece.
Inside the subreddit, you can find lots of pictures of lost buildings, as well as data such as the year it was built and destroyed, and the purpose it was created for.