This blog supplements the print magazine with extra photos and news. You can also find their well-stocked Youtube channel here.
Dr Alan Davies: “The Melbourne Urbanist is a site for discussion about key issues in planning and development, particularly in my city, Melbourne, Australia.”
An occasional blog by a group of Filipinos. Some good posts.
“Prime Design is a new web site which will profile the best of New Zealand residential architecture and design. The goal is to build a site which catalogs the best examples of local architecture and design through images and words.”
“Polis is a collaborative blog about cities, with a global scope. It is a space for regular contributors and readers to share ideas and information about anything and everything urban, from multiple lenses. Our contributors come from a range of perspectives – from planning to art to architecture to social science. We have lived in cities as far-flung as Barcelona, Hong Kong, Jerusalem, London, Moscow, Mumbai, and New York. We have worked in places like Bogota, Dhaka and San Salvador. We have walked the streets of Bangkok, Istanbul, São Paulo, Singapore, and Tehran.”
“Evolving architecture through computation”
Daniel Davis’ New Zealand blog (though coming out of Melbourne right now – SIAL to be exact) with a heavy leaning towards unfathomable digital computations. If you’ve ever heard of Grasshopper you might know what this means. A good read for the digitally inclined.
Well-researched articles about things architectural, by D.J. Huppatz at Swinburne Uni.
“Grain of Salt is a collection of thoughts predominantly on architecture and design by Perth Architect, Daniel Juengling.”
Perth’s Best has a growing collection of photos of Perth’s architecture mid Century onwards. Quite a few Iwanoffs and Donaldson and Warns.
Some really weird buildings. “CAIP aims to document architectural image phenomena in contemporary China.”