Archilovers #477 - Through the Photographer's Lens
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Leça swimming pool
Leça swimming pool
Matosinhos / Portugal
Fernando Alda
Fernando Alda
Fernando Alda Fotografía
House H
House H
zapallar / Chile / 2017
Joao Morgado
Joao Morgado
João Morgado - Architecture Photography
Capela do Monte
Capela do Monte
Lagos / Portugal / 2018
Andrés Gallardo Albajar
Andrés Gallardo Albajar
Andrés Gallardo Photography
La Muralla Roja
La Muralla Roja
Calpe / Spain / 2018
Adrià Goula Sardà
Adrià Goula Sardà
Flores & Prats' Vatican Chapel
Flores & Prats' Vatican Chapel
Venezia / Italy / 2018
Karina  Castro
Karina Castro
Tel Aviv Museum of Art
Tel Aviv Museum of Art
Israel / 2011
Roberto Conte
Roberto Conte
Etherea
Etherea
Indio / United States / 2018
Mariela Apollonio
Mariela Apollonio
casaMONTAÑA
casaMONTAÑA
Valdés / Spain / 2016
Gerd Schaller
Gerd Schaller
Church St. Josef Holzkirchen
Church St. Josef Holzkirchen
Holzkirchen / Germany / 2018
José Hevia
José Hevia
Reforma de triplex en Sant Antoni
Reforma de triplex en Sant Antoni
Barcellona / Spain / 2017
Pedro Pegenaute
Pedro Pegenaute
Studio Pegenaute
The Walled - Tsingpu Yangzhou Retreat
The Walled - Tsingpu Yangzhou Retreat
Yangzhou / China / 2018
Davide Galli
Davide Galli
Davide Galli Atelier
APPARTAMENTO BROLETTOUNO
APPARTAMENTO BROLETTOUNO
Mantova / Italy / 2017
Amit Geron
Amit Geron
Modern Cave
Modern Cave
Tel Aviv / Israel / 2017
Moreno Maggi
Moreno Maggi
Nuovo Centro Aziendale Vittorio Emanuele Marzotto
Nuovo Centro Aziendale Vittorio Emanuele Marzotto
Fossalta di Portogruaro / Italy / 2017
Fabio Bascetta
Fabio Bascetta
Cimitero di San Cataldo
Cimitero di San Cataldo
Modena / Italy / 1987
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 The Royal Gold Medal for Architecture goes to Sir Nicholas Grimshaw
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The Royal Gold Medal for Architecture goes to Sir Nicholas Grimshaw
 The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) announced today Sir Nicholas Grimshaw will receive the 2019 Royal Gold Medal, the UK’s highest honour for architecture. Given in recognition of a lifetime’s work, the Royal Gold Medal is approved personally by Her Majesty The Queen and…
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Archilovers is the first real social network for architects, designers lovers of architecture.
It is an international platform, totally free, with boundless space and no constraints, where you can post projects, exchange opinions and interests, get to know designers and architects and create your professional network.
It is the first online application allowing you to manage both your own professional profile and that of your design office, of your company, of your occasional team. An open community that is based on real collaborations, professional interactions and networks.
But it is also simply a large online library where you can browse amongst contemporary architecture projects, designers of international fame but above all small design offices spread out here and there all over the world, which will surprise you for their quality and creativity.
Apart from these basic functions which it shares with the most widespread social networks, Archilovers marks a turning point in how architecture and design are communicated and “consumed”.

The project fact sheet is the showcase of your works, as they progress or still in the design phase. You can publish information regarding projects you have written, co-written or which you are in some way professionally involved, respecting copyright and privacy. Your project fact sheets are accessible from the homepage of Archilovers under the item “Project”, or amongst the results of a search, or directly from your profile. For each project, you can add an unlimited number of photos, media, renderings, drawings, text description and other material.

“Tag the products” is this application's pay off. Like on Facebook you can tag your friends in the photos, on archilovers then tag the products that you have chosen for your projects. Some already say that it is fantastic. It seems a simple technical detail, actually it is a real turning point in how architecture is communicated and exploited. Now, every time we browse the photos of a project, we can finally find out what the product used is called, look at its technical fact sheet and contact the manufacturer. On Archilovers you can tag both the most common products and less famous products like niche products, technical products or products designed especially for that application or handmade products with hypertext links. At last no geographical limits
Archilovers is indeed linked to archiproducts.com, the largest international website for architecture and design products, which belongs to the same network as Archilovers, which anybody can access and publish their catalogues.On Archilovers you can, therefore, express yourself professionally by choosing the most innovative, beautiful and intelligent products. Then, maybe your projects will enter manufacturers' reference-books.

Stories are articles, posts, reviews that all Archilovers users can write on their own projects, on other projects and designers, on experiences of product use, on events or even only on things connected to architecture, like travel or curiosities. Stories are like articles of a blog, but exploit social interaction, connections and social networks. When writing a story you can add an external video, link and image, connect/quote projects, designers, topics, products and other stories in it. You can comment, share and follow a story just like you are used to doing with all the other Archilovers content. The advantage for you will be that of constructing a rich and dynamic blog, with interactive content and the possibility of exchange with other users. And then there are the albums: For the first time your project can be put into one or more topic albums, so that other users consult your profile for different reasons from simply project type or location. An example? If you have designed a beautiful internal staircase, you can inform our editorial staff and they will graphically indicate your project in the relevant album “internal staircases” and all the visitors interested in this topic will have another reason for discovering your project and maybe contacting you for new jobs or potential collaborations.

Archilovers' mission is to promote communication but above all to find new opportunities, multiply possibilities and expand the network.

The social platform on Archilovers is similar to that of Facebook, in terms of operation and concept: instant messaging, mail, notifications, creating groups, love and unlove, basically everything you need to interact and create networks on various levels with your professional community. However, unlike the other professional social networks, on Archilovers you can also talk about yourself through your personal attitudes, your travels, your photos, your stories and your videos. No limits.

Because we want archilovers to be your favourite space, forever.

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