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 s 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.