Twitter – A very fast paced and 140 characters stream conversation which is no more untouched by AEC industry.
With its rich source of expert content and advice, it is helping architects a lot. Not for getting the clients and projects but building a professional community which eventually lands you to a Project.
Architects have an immense benefit of increasing the knowledge and network. Twitter is helping the architects, engineers, and contractors with an endless stream of information and various ways of finding current information about architecture, design, and construction.
1. Hugh Pearman (@hughpearman)
An architecture writer and critic who works in London. He shares pictures of architecture and keeps up a steady stream of architecture commentary on Twitter. Check out his website for an introduction to his writing.
2. Christopher Hawthorne (@HawthorneLAT)
Christopher Hawthorne is the architecture critic writing on building related topics. Follow him to connect with the latest articles from the best architectures.
3. John Hill (@archidose)
John Hill is an architect and blogger who writes a blog daily for Archidose. Follow him on twitter to connect with the fascinating industry links and journalism that makes you smarter.
4. Jenna McKnight (@JennaMMcKnight)
Follow Jenna McKnight to get the best links on architecture around the world. Read the building related news and about the most interesting buildings.
5. Andy Marshall (@fotofacade)
Andy Marshall is an architectural photographer and frequently shares the astonishing photos of the building. Follow him and check out more of his work on his website.
6. Alexandra Lange (@LangeAlexandra)
Alexandra Lange is an architecture critic and has written for The New York Times, The New Yorker and ARCHITECT Magazine. Do not miss the architecture news and views from her twitter feed feature. Check the website too.
7. Bob Borson (@bobborson)
Bob Borson, Dallas-based architect writes the blog for Life of an Architect and routinely tweets about the industryâ€™s latest developments.
8. Randy Deutsch (@randydeutsch)
Randy Deutsch is an architect and major industry voiceâ€”one that you should definitely be listening to.
Know the top architects to follow on twitter and connect with them.