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Top 20 Tweeters: For Architects

31 October 2013 No Comment

Capable of capturing your interest in just 140 characters or less, here is our top table of Twitter tweeters which we think every architect should follow. Regularly rolling-out resourceful topics, tips and trends, these architectural feeds have built up an impressive following. Instant inspiration is just a click away…

1. @Guggenheim: With over 839,000 followers, Frank Lloyd Wright’s architectural masterpiece is home to a world-renowned collection of modern and contemporary art. Find out what’s new inside its hallowed halls.


2. @Archrecord: McGraw Hill Construction has created a leading resource hub covering everything from green architecture to modern architecture and design. Engaging tweets and comments let you see the best the world of architecture has to offer, no wonder over 430,000 people are stuck on this Architectural Record.


3. @Dezeen: London-based Dezeen launched in 2006 with the simple mission of bringing you a carefully edited selection of the best architecture, design and interiors projects from around the world. It’s time to explore…


4. @designboom: Dedicated to building the future of architecture and design, influential designboom brings you exciting and exceptional architecture highlights.


5. @Archdaily: Broadcasting architecture worldwide, Archdaily was created for architects by architects, with a by-the-hour update for the latest breaking news.


6. @Archdigest: The international authority on everything A&D, Architectural Digest features not only the work of top architects and designers but style, culture and travel. A one-stop inspiration shop.


7. @Architizer: A sharing resource hub with almost 80,000 followers, where you can explore, collect and source architecture and interiors


8. @NewsArch: Moscow-based Architecture News is a source of news, views and updates covering architecture across the world.


9. @Archpaper: Everything you wanted to know, and didn’t know, about architecture in New York, California, the Midwest and beyond. A stateside slice of building beauty.


10. @Archinect: With a vision of connecting the world’s global architecture professionals, Archinect is crammed with project news, reveals and updates.


11. @Riba: Updates directly from the Royal Institute of British Architecture. Find out about free exhibitions and expand your horizons.


12. @WAcommunity: An architectural feast of free blogs and commentary submitted by its community members from across the world.

WA Community

13. @ArchReview: The home of architectural criticism, culture and campaigning for over 100 years, Architecture Review is built for modern times with its own dedicated AR Views and AR Essays for you to enjoy.

Architectural Review

14. @FosterPartners: Led by Norman Foster, F&P is undoubtedly one of the most innovative architectural practices in the world today. Its project list is littered with landmarks you love.

Foster Partners

15. @BDonline: An authoritative voice on the latest developments affecting architects across the UK, more than 27,000 people follow the BDonline Twitter feed to keep track of breaking industry news and opinions.


16. @BREWatford: The official account for BREEAM – how can you not rate this twitter feed?

BRE Watford

17. @ArchitectsJrnal: A leading weekly magazine for architects, London based AJ gives you up to date news through its continuous twitter feed

Architects Journal

18. @SkylineArch: If you love architecture and design as much as we do and you’re looking for daily inspiration, then you simply must follow Skyline Architecture. Their feed is a treasure trove of architecture inspiration from across the globe.

Skyline Architecture

19. @Colorcoat: From wild and wacky to amazing and inspiring, Colorcoat shows you the beautifully bizarre world of architecture with projects you simply have to see to believe. Anything it seems, truly is possible.


20. @MetropolisMag: Billed as the essential voice of architecture and design, Metropolis shouts loudly with its tips and tweets covering NY projects and news.

Metropolis Magazine

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