Ten years ago, ArchDaily was launched with one mission: to provide inspiration, knowledge and tools to the architects who are challenged with designing for the world's next 3 billion urban inhabitants. With two guiding principles in mind - that little-known architects should be able to rub shoulders with architecture greats, and that all of this should be free and accessible to everybody - they set about on a path that would eventually lead them to become the world's most visited architecture website, with over 350,000 daily readers.
ArchDaily – The world's most visited architecture site
ArchDaily is an evolving project of the Internet - an experiment in archiving, disseminating discourse and sharing content related to architecture and urbanism on a scale that was not possible as little as two decades ago. They are continually connecting people from around the developed and developing world by building a platform which operates in four languages-Spanish, English, Portuguese and Mandarin Chinese-to ensure that these discussions are available to the widest possible global audience.
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