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http://archinform.net/

International architectural database listing thousands of built and unbuilt projects. 20th-century architecture is the main theme.

http://www.floornature.com/

Interviews with architects, news, flooring projects with man made tiles. Manufacturing process, environmental impact and international standards for ceramic tiles and man made stones.

http://www.archiseek.com/

Architecture forums, planning news, architectural competition announcements, and guides to the architecture of selected countries and cities.

http://www.galinsky.com/

A showcase for the world's most exciting modern buildings. Photographs, descriptions and visitor information for more than 200 buildings across Europe, North and South America and the Asia-Pacific region, searchable by architect or region.

http://www.madeoflight.com/

A project conceived and designed by Speirs and Major Associates, which aims to provide a thought-provoking presentation of the art of light and architecture.

http://worldviewcities.org/

The Architectural League of New York presents persectives on architecture and urbanism from around the globe. Includes illustrated reports on Beirut, Caracas, Dhaka, Oslo and Tijuana.

http://www.new7wonders.com/

This project offered the public the opportunity to vote for the new seven wonders of the world. Results were announced on 7 July 2007. It gives condensed, illustrated descriptions of the winners and other finalists.

http://www.architecture.com/

Professional association of architects in the United Kingdom along with international members. News, exhibitions, online shopping, directories of architects, British Architectural Library.

http://www.arounder.com/

This online travel magazine offers a huge collection of 360-degree Quicktime virtual reality full-screen panoramas of world-class architectural, artistic and historical landmarks.

http://www.barragan-foundation.org/

This foundation in Switzerland houses the professional archives of Luis Barragán.

http://www.lambethpalacelibrary.org/

Includes the archive of the Incorporated Church Building Society (1818-1984), the single largest source of plans and drawings of new and rebuilt churches in the UK. Library holdings, services, news.

http://www.iarc.ie/

The archive was established in 1976 to collect, preserve and make available to the public records of every kind relating to the architecture of Ireland.

http://www.aanb.org/

A self-regulating professional organization governed by the provincial Architects Act to advance and maintain the standards of architecture. Offers overview, members, council, regulations and contact details.

http://www.caststone.org/

The non-profit US trade association representing the architectural cast stone industry: manufacturers, associates, architects, engineers, and concrete technologists.

http://www.acadia.org/

Presents a gallery of winners of its competition, membership information, sign-up instructions for the member listserve and details for ordering publications.

http://www.segd.org/

Washington DC, USA. For international graphic designers, fabricators, students and educators involved in the field of environmental graphic design. A non-profit educational organization.

http://www.orsa.ca/

Volunteer public information organization. Site provides mission statement, programs and service information, events calendar, member listing, presentations and architecture links.

http://www.riai.ie/

The representative body for professionally qualified architects in Ireland.

http://www.sara-national.org/

A professional organization for registered architects.

http://www.raic.org/

The RAIC is a voluntary national association representing professional architects, and faculty and graduates of accredited Canadian Schools of Architecture.

http://www.riba-usa.org/

Represents architects in the USA with professional links to the UK. Information on the California and New York chapters and on hiring an architect in the US.

http://archleague.org/

A non-profit organization sharing its lecture, exhibition and program information. Includes events, podcasts and membership.

http://www.noma.net/

Association of minority architects licensed to practice in the U.S. Includes professional and student chapter links, employment listings, and a referral service.

http://www.healtharchitects.org/

Credentialing body for healthcare architects in the United States.

http://www.ncarb.org/

A non-profit federation of architectural licensing boards in the U.S. Features state registration requirements, Intern Development Program (IDP), Architect Registration Examination (ARE), certification, continuing education, and architect database.

http://www.siap.org/

A non-profit organization in Los Angeles that unites Iranian professionals in the fields of architecture, planning, interior design, and landscape architecture.

http://www.mala.net/

Dedicated to advance and promote the profession and serve as an advocate. Includes directory of firms, FAQs, events, member login and contact information.

http://www.idad.org/

Professional body for theming, resort/hospitality and coastal space planning.

http://www.hkia.net/

A professional institution committed to promoting architecture and raising the standard of architecture in Hong Kong.

http://www.stroudbda.org/

Association of architects, engineers, surveyors and other building industry professionals working in and around the Town.