Every year, ArchDaily features thousands of new projects that make up the largest online architecture library in the world. Our team of curators review, seek and make sure to explore some of the most innovative and relevant architectural works around. Just like the projects that appeared in our first ArchDaily book, our aim is to open up our platform and highlight (What is) Good Architecture. For that, we look into all natures and sizes of interventions, that reflect sustainable traits, local awareness, technological advancement, and comfort/well-being. The ArchDaily top 100 listing, in particular, combines all these factors with the data we get from our users: which projects are they looking at the most.
Similarly to previous years, and no matter where they are from, the majority of our audience still seeks housing projects that demonstrate a familiar style, use of local materials, and natural surroundings. Another observation from the listing is the increased recurrence of diverse programs for public service, with more hospitality, commercial, cultural, and mixed-use works.
All things considered, the top projects reflect interest from our global community of professionals, and young designers, in exploring alternative, at times more engaged, and new architecture. We invite you to check out what our readers and the team of curators sought out as the best and most visited projects of 2022.
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