The Architecture Diary launched in London in 2005. For the first time it brought together all of the amazing architecture events taking place at museums, cultural institutes and independent venues across the city.
New York later joined the Architecture Diary network in 2015 and Boston in 2017. Following a relaunch of the diary, we were then joined by Ireland in 2021, and have plans for many more cities to join in the next few months.
The Architecture Diary is an open platform, allowing everyone who organises architecture and design events to upload and manage their event listings. If you run your own architecture events, then creating an account is a quick, easy and free way to make sure they get promoted.
What’s more we’re able to help individuals or organisations launch an Architecture Diary in their own city.
The platform not only helps your community by providing a central location for all architecture events, but helps to engage others in thinking about their built environment.
As a Community Manager for your city, you’ll be able to bring together a range of cultural and architectural partners for your diary, help promote architectural engagement in your city as well as curating the Guest Editors section.
If you’re like to talk about bringing the Architecture Diary to your city, do get in touch.