Master of Architecture

Links and Resources

  • American Institute of Architects - Official site of the AIA, the leading professional membership association for licensed architects, emerging professionals, and allied partners since 1857.

  • American Institute of Architecture Students - The online home of this independent, nonprofit, student-run organization that is dedicated to informing and supporting the culture of architecture education.

  • Arch Daily - A bountiful online source of continuous information for architects searching for the latest architectural news, projects, products, events, interviews and competitions.

  • Archidose - A popular architecture blog featuring a wide range of musings, images, links, and advice.

  • Archinect - A top online destination for progressive-design oriented students of architecture, complete with news, editorials, school blogs, and more.

  • ArchINform - The world's largest international architecture database, featuring over 55,000 built and unrealized projects from different architects and planners.

  • Architects USA - Listings by city and/or region of every architecture practice in the country.

  • Architecture for Humanity - A volunteer non-profit organization set up to promote architecture and design to seek solutions to global social and humanitarian crisis.

  • Architecture Lab - The latest in architectural news from a thoroughly organized online magazine.

  • Architype - Provides an extensive database of innovative projects categorized by building typologies. Architype is also a leading research tool, providing firm listings and profiles, material libraries, industry news, job postings and more.

  • Arid Land Institute - The online home of the ALI, an education, research and outreach center dedicated to design innovation in water-stressed environments.

  • Association for Women in Architecture and Design - The online home of AWAD, and organization dedicated to advancing and supporting the positions of women in architecture and allied fields.

  • Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture - Provides information on architecture schools, conferences, student competitions and architectural education in general.

  • BLDGBLOG - Managed by Archinect team member, writer and editor for DWELL magazine Geoff Manaugh, this insight full blog contains frequently updated content pertaining to design, architecture and landscape design.

  • Cyburbia - This is an excellent resource that connects planners, students, academics, urbanists, and others who are interested in helping to shape the built environment.

  • Center for Land Use Interpretation - Website for the research organization involved in exploring, examining, and understanding land and landscape issues.

  • Evolo - Website for the popular architecture and design journal focused on technological advances, sustainability, and innovative design for the 21st Century.

  • Great Buildings Collection - Contains images of great architecture throughout human history.

  • Inhabitat - A blog devoted to following technological, practice, and materials innovation as we build toward a future of design that values intelligence and sustainability.

  • Latino Engineers, Architects, and Developers Society - Website of the professional organization uniquely geared toward promoting Hispanic professionals to achieve success, excellence and leadership at advanced levels in related fields.

  • National Architecture Accrediting Board - The sole authority for accredited professional degree programs for architecture in the United States.

  • National Council of Architectural Registration Boards - A non-profit federation of architectural licensing boards in the United States.

  • National Organization of Minority Architects - NOMA is the national professional association of minority architects licensed to practice in the U.S. Their website includes professional and student chapter links, employment listings, and a referral service.

  • Planetizen - This website features articles, opinions, job opportunities, and courses that are intended to inform the urban planning, design, and development community.

  • The Atlantic Cities - This online magazine is concerned with only the most innovative ideas and pressing issues facing today‚Äôs global cities and neighborhoods, converging news, analysis, data, and trends to engage an increasingly urbanized world.

  • Urban Land Institute - A multidisciplinary real estate forum, ULI provides its members the opportunity to openly exchange ideas, information, and experience with industry leaders and policy makers dedicated to creating better places.

  • World Architects - This site features profiles of exceptional architects practicing around the world.

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