As many of our readers know, we’re kind of obsessed with great architecture. Our buildings are a testament to that, but we also appreciate impressive architecture from around the world. We keep our fingers on the pulse by checking out our favourite architecture blogs daily. We’re sure you all have your favourites, but here are the ones we can’t go a day without.
One of the most popular architecture blogs out there, Dezeen covers international architecture news and features our favourite architects like Frank Gehry, Zaha Hadid and Bjarke Ingels.
With a name like that, they’ve got to be good. It’s as simple as that. The Architecture Blog is a Tumblr that focuses on sharing photos from some of the most impressive man-made structures in the world.
While many architecture blogs focus on anything and everything out there, Dwell really puts their focus on great design and trends. When we want to see the most interesting updates from the architecture world, Dwell is the first stop.
Architizer is a collaborative website that features many different kinds of projects, like private homes and community centres. They focus on giving smaller architects and firms the opportunity to be featured and really get their name out there.
If you’re looking for a little snark with your architecture, Unhappy Hipsters might be the only website that can provide you with that. With a great curator and a witty narrator, this blog has the best of both worlds.
Another staple in the world of architecture, designboom provides another great perspective on all the current news in the industry. They also like to incorporate marketing and design news, so it’s a great cross-section of what’s going on both inside and outside the building and construction lens.