About the AIAU community
AIAU is an online community for Architects.
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ArchitectuulArchitectuul is a collaborative open data architecture publication. It was created in 2010 as an online community by a team of architects, graphic designers and software engineers. Architectuul shares outstanding building projects and promotes its creators – from the acclaimed to the forgotten, from the classics to the contemporary, from the beautiful to the bizarre. It is rapidly evolving into the most complete open database of architecture on the internet. Its database content is sourced by its community and curated by an editorial team. Architectuul has currently more than 10,000 active registered users and almost a million followers on social media.
ArchitizerEveryday, thousands of people turn to Architizer for the latest designs. Showcase your work to our community of practicing architects, design enthusiasts and potential clients. Stay up to date on the latest architectural designs across the world. Learn from the top firms and what they're using in their projects.
urbanNextWe’re an online multiformat content platform, started in 2015 with the aim of expanding, shaping and rethinking architecture and design practices through the contemporary urban milieu, especially pointing in urbanization processes and how density and complexity are forces for differentiation. We focus on the production of new content and in the distribution of remarkable works from worldwide thinkers, most of them academic referents. We publish projects, essays, podcasts, reports and photographic surveys, among others. Despite our mother platform is the website, we share the contents on social platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn too.
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Dallas Architecture ForumAccess to architectural lectures, panel events, and special events. Memberships valid for 12 months. Student's price is $35.
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