I know nothing of architecture, but I do like how graffiti artists make use of architecture. Even better if the building is abandoned.
During a trip to Seattle last year, we walked by Jeff “Weirdo” Jacobson‘s Dedicated to the Good People of Seattle mural on a cannery building. I really liked it because it made such good use of the spaces beneath the window panels, how he kept the bottom buttresses blank (setting off each panel), and the faces are so expressive. They seemed perfect against the dilapidated building.
For a more traditional take on architecture, here’s a picture of the Seattle’s Space Needle: