The 10 Best architecture blogs
From your house to Bauhaus, there's a wealth of architectural views, news and comment, plus stunning pictures online
When Dezeen launched in 2006, it aimed to bring a selection of the best buildings, design and interior projects from around the world. Now, it gets two million visits a month.
2. Design Observer
Below Design Observer's sometimes pompous blog titles ("The Shape of Green: aesthetic imperatives") is a well-stocked cellar of interesting information and original research.
3. BLDG Blog
BLDG covers whatever it deems to be interesting. The varied post headings give you some insight into the content: "Buy a prison", "Hotels in Zero-G", "Buncefield bomb garden".
4. Domestic Space
Written by architects, for architects. But the guys behind it aren't below displaying nice pictures of cutting-edge home- and workspace design.
This blog drip feeds at least one large picture of some far-out, or downright pretty, building each day. But it's also an important source of news on innovative building and design.
This website is well rounded, in that it contains not only essay-like meditations and original interviews with architects and designers, but also lots of nice, big pictures.
7. A Daily Dose of Architecture
New York may not be the crucible of architectural innovation it once was, but there is still much to admire there. Here you get an almost-daily dose of the Big Apple's best new buildings.
8. Architectural Association School of Architecture
This should appeal mainly to those with a more professional interest. However, others will be able to take pleasure in the avant-garde offerings in the school's 2012 project reviews.
9. Unhappy Hipsters
This is not just an architecture blog. It's also a send-up of the strangely disconnected world of architecture magazines and catalogues.
10. Architecture Blog Tumblr
Just pictures. Lots of them. And showcasing the best and most arresting of current and not-so-current building projects around the globe.
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