ArchDaily: What Happened in 2013, and What is Coming for 2014!

ArchDaily: What Happened in 2013, and What is Coming for 2014!

Dear readers,

In the last hours of 2013 we wanted to share with you some of the best things that have happened during this year, our fifth, at ArchDaily:

We are now reaching more than 300,000 readers every day, creating a gigantic network of architectural knowledge accessible to the whole world, including our local versions at ArchDaily Brasil, ArchDaily México and Plataforma Arquitectura.

We are very proud of our editorial content during this year, raising important issues for our profession and opening the debate and exchange of ideas with professionals around the world, connected via Facebook and Twitter. Here you can check the most read articles of the year, and also the selection made by our editors.

During 2013 we have done lectures and covered events around the world, documenting our intense trips on Instagram. Some of our destinations: New York, Beijing, Shenzhen, Moscow, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Singapore, Tokyo, Berlin, London, Santiago, Sao Paulo, Mexico City, among others.

During this year we launched our new mobile version, to deliver our content properly to your phone and few weeks ago we launched ArchDaily Materials, a section to help you find the right materials and products for your next project.

And what’s next for 2014? 

We will be announcing a new ArchDaily local edition during the first quarter, and a brand new MyArchDaily to help you organize and collect information. We already have a great lineup of interviews and events to cover around the world. In a few days we will announce the 2014 Building of the Year Awards, an instance where you will have the chance to recognize the best buildings featured during the year.

Thanks for helping us make ArchDaily the valuable resource that we all deserve as architects, and rest assured that every decision taken in 2014 will strictly follow our mission:

To improve the quality of life of the next 3 billion people that will move into cities in the next 40 years, by providing inspiration, knowledge and tools to the architects who will have the challenge to design for them.

- David Assael, David Basulto and the Global ArchDaily Team

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Cite: David Basulto. "ArchDaily: What Happened in 2013, and What is Coming for 2014!" 01 Jan 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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