Brought to you by a mudwrestling Australian and his friends: “TGM (The Grafik Museum) is a design blog, filled with posts from many creative industries, such as graphic design, architecture, art, fashion and much more. These come from creative individuals and design studios all over Australia.”
This blog’s front page will keep you reading for days – it is about a mile long – and all interesting. “A field guide to Military Urbanism”.
Su Butcher: One of my major objectives with writing this blog is to encourage discussion about what good architects do, so I hope you’ll join in and give us your 2 pence worth.
Billed as “your friendly network about Architecture”. Loads of stuff – blogs, photos, forum posts, uploaded by an international community.
Columns and columns of very tasty mashed up bits. Tweets and pics and blogs and more. VIA Rory
Picture blog.. well mostly pictures… mostly about buildings and urbanism. VIA EDWIN GARDNER
“(Almost) daily architectural musings and imagery from New York City”. Capably assembled by John Hill.
Architecture at My Ninja Please. “This site aims to bring readers a daily [or damn near] supply of architecture and design from around the web – and the globe – showcasing all of the illest, most interesting, and often times craziest architecture that these ninjas can find.”
An occasional blog by a Sydney student, highlighting the odder pieces of architecture from overseas.
A Chilean blog showing off recent projects by mainly South American practices. Very similar format to Arch Daily.
An innovatively-structured long time blog (of sorts), where the old becomes new again. Stephen Lauf prefers to see it as an enormous online collage.