australian and new zealand
- discussion for the Wellington region.[09/04]
butterpaper - you're soaking it it.
Royal Institute of Australian Architects - recently built forum
with one public access area.
- a very busy forum into a lot more than just towers. 400 members
and 34,000 messages including many with photos. This is the place
to go when you want to see pics of rumoured new buildings.Old posts
- melbourne architecture forum.
- vetted links to some small architecture bulletin boards.
buildernews - web access
into many newsgroups related to architecture. Try alt.architecture
- a webite for young women in architecture. Contains some relevant
articles and a forum. [07/04]
buildings and architects
- irish site with several forums including a popular one on Eileen
- busy chat site with some intelligent comment(!).
- a fairly busy talk site for graduates.
by architecture discussion - new discussion board on dba.
Community - a busy and varied general discussion run by Great
forums - a busy selection of forums at this US site, they tend
to be slanted towards practice. Great place to go to watch U.S.
graduates whinging about their US$50,000 salaries.
architecture forums - varied discussions and some reprinted
news articles. Suffers from many pop-up ads.
architecture - a busy board.
architecture - fairly quiet forum.
new york times
- go to forums>arts>architecture - not as busy as it once
was - american discussion - free registration required.
SkewArch - U.S.
site with OK discussion board ( also contemporary architects' photos
and books )
- this is a very chatty site, often veering a long way from architecture.
Very busy though. Postings can contain image files so pages can
take a while to load.
About Architecture - a new Yahoo Club (membership required).
Volume5 - U.S. site. Regular
online chats with well known architects. - not visited.
cad - zebra's computers
and CAD page contains forums.
buildtalk - U.S site giving
webaccess into construction newsgroups.
- american site dedicated to collaborative housing models.
- general discussion run by Great Buildings Online.
- Melbourne University-based academic discussion.