Molly over at Apartment Therapy Chicago reported about Architecture, the first GPS based architectural pocket guide for the iPhone, a great mobile device resource for those of us who travel and want to know the importance and history of a city's buildings.
Architecture, created by Bas Berck, "tells you the story behind the building and the architect, shows two images for each project, website and address, and a detailed map with walking or driving directions. It also presents you with a Google Street View where available. Projects can also be browsed by categories 'cities' or 'architects' with no data connection needed, because all information and pictures are stored offline on the end-user's phone. Architecture contains projects from 165 different architects, in 270 cities worldwide. It has more than 1000 pictures from buildings stored internally."
Read the complete post over at Apartment Therapy San Francisco.