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Call for ArchDaily Interns: Fall 2018

04:00 - 6 August, 2018
Call for ArchDaily Interns: Fall 2018

is looking for a motivated and highly-skilled architecture-lover to join our team of interns for Fall 2018! An ArchDaily Content internship provides a unique opportunity to learn about our site and write engaging, witty and insightful posts.

Interested? Then check out the requirements below.

ArchDaily at The Midnight Charette Podcast

09:30 - 14 July, 2018
ArchDaily at The Midnight Charette Podcast, Courtesy of The Midnight Charette
Courtesy of The Midnight Charette

In the ten years since our site was launched, ArchDaily has grown into the world’s most visited architecture website; it is now a project with greater reach and scale than the site’s founders could ever have anticipated. Thanks to our readers, contributors and leadership, the initial iteration of the site (based in Chile and known as Plataforma Arquitectura) has evolved into a global architecture media network that includes the English site you’re reading right now as well as region and language-specific sister sites in Brazil, China, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru.

The story of ArchDaily's growth is one of the many topics covered in a new 114-minute interview with ArchDaily’s co-founder David Basulto on this week’s episode of the Midnight Charette podcast. Hosted by David Lee and Marina Bourderonnet, the podcast features weekly discussions on design issues of the day and interviews with figures in the architecture community. In their talk with Basulto, the conversation wanders from the story of our company and some behind-the-scenes trivia about how our site works (did you know our custom content management system is named after the biblical Tower of Babel’s designer?) to insights on how architects will shape our future cities and the ways that data collection and analysis could shape the designs of tomorrow.

We're Looking for ArchDaily China's Next Content Editor!

18:00 - 21 June, 2018
We're Looking for ArchDaily China's Next Content Editor!, © Leandro Fuenzalida
© Leandro Fuenzalida

We're hiring! Our team works with the most prestigious and influential architectural practices around the world in order to deliver specific and valuable content to a premium readership of architects. ArchDaily quickly established itself as one of the leading architectural websites in the world due to our editorial staff’s meticulous understanding of what our audience is really looking for: the best architecture around the world, as soon as possible. And now, we're looking for another bright, enthusiastic and motivated member to join us.

In Celebration of Our 10th Anniversary: 10 Buildings That Bring to Mind the AD Logo

08:00 - 17 April, 2018
In Celebration of Our 10th Anniversary: 10 Buildings That Bring to Mind the AD Logo

This year, ArchDaily marks our 10th anniversary as a global platform for architecture. In the past 10 years, we have democratized access to architecture and brought a daily dose of information, knowledge and inspiration to students and professionals.

To celebrate this important milestone, we have compiled a series of projects that recall our iconic logo: the blue three-story, prismatic house. We've curated over 33,543 built projects so far, including classics and flashbacks. We went through this enormous archive of projects and made a note of the ones that amused us and delighted us with their rectangular prism shapes and oddly occurring windows. They remind us of the beloved ArchDaily logo, and we're pleased to see that this shape can take on so many forms, all over the world.

Call for ArchDaily Interns: Summer 2018

10:30 - 5 April, 2018
Call for ArchDaily Interns: Summer 2018

is looking for a motivated and highly-skilled architecture-lover to join our team of interns for Summer 2018! An ArchDaily Content internship provides a unique opportunity to learn about our site and write engaging, witty and insightful posts.

Interested? Then check out the requirements below.

We’re Hiring! Join Our Content Team!

16:15 - 26 March, 2018
We’re Hiring! Join Our Content Team!

ArchDaily is an evolving project of the Internet – an experiment in archiving, disseminating discourse, and sharing content related to architecture and urbanism on a scale that was not possible as little as two decades ago. And we’re happy to announce that we are growing our team of talented contributors!

The ArchDaily Content Team works to continually connect people from around the developed and developing world by building a platform which operates in four languages—Spanish, English, Portuguese and Mandarin Chinese. Our main driver is to ensure that these discussions are available to the widest possible global audience.

As we grow, we’re looking for talented writers, editors and content producers. Are you passionate about architecture and the internet? One of these positions could have your name on it!

The Best Architecture of 2017

12:00 - 25 December, 2017
The Best Architecture of 2017

To our readers and fans,

As we approach the end of the year, we would once again like to thank you all for making 2017 our best year yet. With your continued support, we are now reaching more architects around the globe than ever, and inspiring them in the creation of better urban environments for all.

On behalf of the entire ArchDaily team, we are excited to share this collection of 2017's most visited projects, products, and articles. Together with our curated selection of the year's most relevant and noteworthy articles and events, these represent the best content created and shared by ArchDaily over the past 12 months.

Here's to a wonderful, architecture-filled 2018!

Best Submissions to the 2017 Architecture Holiday Card Challenge

08:15 - 22 December, 2017

When they aren't designing buildings or making sure their models and plans are neat and tidy, many architects channel creative energy into sketches (both hand-done and digital) that become small tokens of holiday cheer. This annual challenge, now in its third year, is our unashamed way of celebrating the inventiveness, originality, and artistry of ArchDaily readers from around the world. May you all enjoy the humblest and most thoughtful gift of all: an expression of holiday cheer.

Featured gif by Joanne Hanson

Job Opening: Content Coordinator at ArchDaily

13:46 - 29 November, 2017
Job Opening: Content Coordinator at ArchDaily, © Leandro Fuenzalida
© Leandro Fuenzalida

ArchDaily is an evolving project of the Internet – an experiment in archiving, disseminating discourse and sharing content related to architecture and urbanism on a scale that was not possible as little as two decades ago.

Since our foundation in 2008, we have operated around a single mission: to bring knowledge, inspiration, and tools to the people who are, and will be, designing the urban centers which will accommodate our planet’s (exponentially rising) population.

Most importantly for us, we are continually connecting people from around the developed and developing world by building a platform which operates in four languages—Spanish, English, Portuguese and Mandarin Chinese—to ensure that these discussions are available to the widest possible global audience.

And in order to bring content to our half-a-million daily readers more efficiently, we're looking for a Content Coordinator to help guide and organize the team. Are you meticulous, exceptionally organized and passionate about architecture and the internet? This is the job for you.

Call for Applications: 2018 ArchDaily Residency

13:40 - 29 November, 2017
Call for Applications: 2018 ArchDaily Residency, © Daniela Galdames
© Daniela Galdames

is looking for a motivated and highly-skilled architecture-lover to join our team in Santiago, Chile! We are happy to announce a new residency program aimed at identifying emerging talent in the field of online architecture publishing. Participants in the Residency program receive a monthly stipend so that they can temporarily relocate to Chile and work alongside our global team of content producers for a period of four to six months.

Interested in what it's like to be an ArchDailyer? Check out our office life!

What’s Your ArchDaily Story?

07:15 - 28 September, 2017
What’s Your ArchDaily Story?, Members of the ArchDaily Editorial Team . Image © Daniela Galdames
Members of the ArchDaily Editorial Team . Image © Daniela Galdames

In the entryway of ArchDaily’s Headquarters, there is a framed, handwritten note from a student in Australia, Alice McLeod. This is something that we have cherished as a company with a very specific mission. She writes,

I grew up in a country town in Victoria, Australia. I lived 3 and half hours drive from a city. My closest library has 5 books in the “architecture & design” category. I had no access to the world and history of Architecture. Your website opened that world up to me. I found my passion and education through ArchDaily. In January I moved to Melbourne to begin my first year of my Architecture Degree. I have never been happier.

Call for Classics Interns: Fall 2017

11:15 - 4 August, 2017
Call for Classics Interns: Fall 2017

UPDATE: Deadline extended to Monday, August 21st, 2017 at 12:00 PM EST! is looking for a motivated and highly-skilled architecture-lover to join our team of interns for Fall 2017! An ArchDaily internship in Classics provides a unique opportunity to learn about our site and write about historically significant architecture projects.

Interested? Then check out the requirements below.

Call for ArchDaily Interns: Fall 2017

09:10 - 4 August, 2017
Call for ArchDaily Interns: Fall 2017

UPDATE: Deadline extended to Monday, August 21st, 2017 at 12:00 PM EST! is looking for a motivated and highly-skilled architecture-lover to join our team of interns for Fall 2017! An ArchDaily Content internship provides a unique opportunity to learn about our site and write engaging, witty and insightful posts.

Interested? Then check out the requirements below.

How to Build A Tiki Bar in 18 Easy-to-Follow Steps

06:00 - 18 July, 2017

Although we’re conditioned to buy most of our furniture in one piece, or at least have it ready-to-build IKEA-style, there’s something special about creating something from scratch. Building something from its raw materials lets you see its journey from start to finish, with you learning about the craft it along the way, whether by yourself or with friends. The team at ArchDaily is sharing our very own built Tiki Bar – complete with instructions. Read on for some summer nostalgia you can build in your own backyard through a step by step Tiki DIY guide:

© Manuel Albornoz © Manuel Albornoz © Manuel Albornoz © Manuel Albornoz + 28

Call for ArchDaily Interns: Summer 2017

13:30 - 24 March, 2017
Call for ArchDaily Interns: Summer 2017

is looking for a motivated and highly-skilled architecture-lover to join our team of interns for Summer 2017! An ArchDaily Content internship provides a unique opportunity to learn about our site and write engaging, witty and insightful posts.

Interested? Then check out the requirements below.

Call for Entries: Architecture-Themed Easter Egg Design 2017

09:25 - 17 March, 2017
Call for Entries: Architecture-Themed Easter Egg Design 2017

We want to see your designs for an architecture Easter Egg! Download the design template below and illustrate/animate/build a small celebration of springtime. We'll be accepting entries until April 12th, at 12:00 pm EST and we'll publish our favorites by April 14th!

We're Looking for ArchDaily China's Next Content Editor!

16:30 - 8 March, 2017

We're hiring! Our team works with the most prestigious and influential architectural practices around the world in order to deliver specific and valuable content to a premium readership of architects. ArchDaily quickly established itself as one of the leading architectural websites in the world due to our editorial staff’s meticulous understanding of what our audience is really looking for: the best architecture around the world, as soon as possible. And now, we're looking for another bright, enthusiastic and motivated member to join us.

The editor we're looking for is passionate about producing content about local, emerging practices and publishing the work of China's talented architects. This proactive, vocal and articulate individual will help shape the space for debate around important topics. If you're fluent in Chinese and have excellent writing skills in both English and Chinese, this is the opportunity for you!

Why We're Removing Our Comments Section

08:15 - 9 February, 2017
Why We're Removing Our Comments Section

In both of ArchDaily's last two major website redesigns, one idea was central to our thinking: Mies van der Rohe's aphorism "less is more." These redesigns added new features, sure - but more importantly, they identified extraneous features on the site and removed them. Today, on February 9th 2017, we are removing one more feature that we no longer believe to be necessary on ArchDaily: comments on certain articles.

All comments previously left on our articles will still be visible, preserving the many positive contributions left by our readers over the years. But from today, we will be gradually shifting the discussion to social media, leaving comments open only on News and Editorial articles while the option to comment on Projects, Events, Competitions and Publications articles will be removed. Instead, we encourage readers to take part in the discussions happening on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, or to get in touch through our contact form for direct feedback or substantive comments about our articles. Read on to understand the reasons behind our decision.