5 architecture communicators you should follow

Do you use social networks and would you like to stay up to date with the industry and get inspired? At Connections by Finsa we share our top five communicators and their digital channels. Analysis, humour, curiosities…


Ter, the youtuber who broke structures

Born in 1990, Ter is a brilliant mind who universalised basic and complex architectural concepts by mixing them with popular references. Among her great successes is her theory about Kim Kardashian’s butt and the end of the golden ratio. On her YouTube channel, she blends culture, internet, design… and she has this specific playlist available:


I book on Sundays*: architecture of the 60s, 70s and 80s

Carmelo Rodríguez, from ENORME Studio, became a YouTuber in 2021 with his channel I BOOK ON SUNDAYS, where he shares selected architecture books and magazines from the decades of the 60s, 70s and 80s.


Pormishuevismo: (de)constructive criticism

Erik Harley, pormishuevista*, began his interest in colossal and disproportionate buildings while studying Fine Arts. The name of his project, with which he collaborates on national television and radio (in addition to his own Instagram account), comes from the film Huevos de oro  by Bigas Luna. In addition to analysing excessive constructions, he organises guided tours that emphasise the importance of urban planning that takes people into account.


Pedro Torrijos and the curiosities of architecture

Pedro Torrijos is another multifaceted communicator: he has his own newsletter (#LaBrasaTorrijos) in which he shares works and solutions in contemporary architecture, he hosts a podcast (recognised by Forbes 50 Best In Podcasting) and he also writes novels.


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Una publicación compartida de Pedro Torrijos (@pedrotorrijos_)


Rough – and – ready architecture

Lope de Toledo is determined to make you enjoy “the only art in which you live, eat and sleep”, as he defines architecture. He has published a book on the subject, Arquitectura de andar por casa, (Rough – and – ready architecture) and is very active in almost all social media platforms  using an audiovisual language to reach new audiences.

@lopedetoledo La Torre Eiffel es el monumento MÁS copiado del mundo. #arquitectura #arquitecto #arquitecturaydiseño #arquitecturamoderna #arte ♬ sonido original – L O P E