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Art - Architecture

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Architecture â€“ Art


AGRAM database


"The work of some historically important architects is presented on this site with photos, drawings, and models."


America's Favorite Architecture


"The projects featured in this exhibition were chosen in a public poll conducted by the American Institute of Architects and Harris Interactive...the 150 works of architecture--buildings, bridges, monuments, and memorials--in this exhibition represent some of the best of America's architectural heritage." Each profile includes a photo, an overview, and visitor comments.


American Institute of Architects


The website of this national professional organization offers news of interest to the architectural community, an architects' career center for job seekers and employers, and  a "find an architect" feature searchable by project type.  In addition, there is an online bookstore and a link to the AIA's searchable catalog of over 40,000 books.


American Institute of Architecture Students


This student arm of the American Institute of Architects provides a clearinghouse about awards, local chapters, job hunting, advocacy, etc.  The Resources pages contain information about the career in general.


American Landscape and Architectural Design, 1850-1920


"This collection of approximately 2,800 lantern slides represents an historical view of American buildings and landscapes built during the period 1850-1920." Locate views of cities, specific buildings, parks, estates and gardens in this collection.




Database of over 14,000 built and unrealized projects from various architects and planners. Search by architect, town, or keyword. Find name, address, brief information on the projects, and suggestions for further study. Images and floor plans are included with some entries. Primarily for 20th century projects.




This online directory offers links to all things architectural--associations, competitions, professional bodies, museums, journals, history, and past and contemporary architects.


Architects USA


Listings of over 20,000 architecture firms in the United States.


Architecture and Building


Visit this site, which is maintained by the University of Nevada, Las Vegas libraries, for an exhaustive list of all things related to architecture and construction.


Architecture Links on the World-Wide Web


From Boston College:  general information sites as well as sites dedicated to architecture styles, image files, and links to resources about European architecture.


Architecture Week


"The new magazine of design and building, with news and features on architecture, construction, digital media, and building culture."


Built in America: Historic American Buildings Survey/Historic American Engineering Record


" The collections document achievements in architecture, engineering, and design in the United States and its territories through a comprehensive range of building types and engineering technologies." Locate digitized images of measured drawings, black-and-white photographs, color transparencies, written history pages, and supplemental materials.


Cities and Buildings Database


"The Cities and Buildings Database is a collection of digitized images of buildings and cities drawn from across time and throughout the world, available to students, researchers and educators on the web."


Cyburbia.org: Internet Resources for the Built Environment


The Internet’s "oldest portal site for urban planners and others interested in cities and the built environment, contains a selective directory of Internet resources relevant to planning and urbanism. Cyburbia also includes information about mailing lists and newsgroups, and it hosts a very active bulletin board and image hosting gallery."


Elements of Architecture


Created by the St. Louis Public Library, this online exhibit draws on the George Fox Steedman Architectural Collection, which was donated to the Library in 1928. Within each of the four sections, visitors can zoom in on each document and they can also read a bit of background information on each item.




A database of buildings in 209 countries. Browse by map or search by building name to retrieve information about a building.


Famous Architects


Biographies of well-known architects, primarily of the Modern Movement.


Historic American Buildings Survey/Historic American Engineering Record


The Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) was begun in 1933 to document America's architectural heritage. "This online presentation of the HABS/HAER collections includes digitized images of measured drawings, black-and-white photographs, color transparencies, photo captions, data pages including written histories, and supplemental materials."


Metropolis Magazine


Articles cover contemporary design, green building, and culture.


Philadelphia Architects and Builders Project


Information only to the county level for projects outside of the state of Pennsylvania is available, although users can also browse the database by architect name and building name.


Reed SmartBuilding Index


A search engine for locating architectural design firms in the United States.


SPIRO - Berkeley Architectural Slides


Images from over 250,000 architectural slides and 15,000 photographs in the University of California at Berkeley's Architecture Slide Library.


U.S. Green Building Council


LEED resources, green building certification overview, project profiles, and more.


World Architectural History Survey Examples


Examples of architecture from ancient times to the present, arranged by civilization and place.


World Architecture Community


Architectural directories, articles, links, news, and also a bookstore. A wonderful resource for architects, urban planners, and students.


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