There are 522 listings and 62 reviews.


How Google rankings work?

Generally speaking, when a search is performed in Google, it dispatches 'bots' that crawl through the intenret to find sites that have specific matches to the keywords that have been searched.  The more content a site has, the more there is for the 'bots' to search; which is why Wikipedia typically holds a number 1 rank in Google - due to it's large amount of content.


Google is responsible for about 97% of all searches performed online.


Even the websites of largest architecture firms in the world do not index more than a few hundred pages in Google; within just a month or so of launch, architectden has indexed over a few thousand!


Why should I upload?

Architectden is a large vessel that is built to rank online and targeted in Google.  The more data and listings that our users post online, the higher the rankings we all can attain.  For example, if you add business information on your architecture firm, that specific listing that is tied to your profile and contact information will begin ranking in Google all on it's own.  The more descriptive content, projects and reviews you post will all help promote your specific listings and profile, which contain your contact information.


What should I upload?

Everything.  Business/Firm information, specific projects, student work, resumes, post reviews and make comments.  The basic formula is the more you participate in architectden, the more it can help you and your business!


How do I upload a listing to architectden?

1. Login or Signup to

2. At the top right, under your name, click Add New

3. Select the proper directory and category, fill out the information and select images

4. Click submit


Once submitted the listing will be reviewed by one of our administrator before it is published.


What about the community?

Our community is a place where architects, students and users can connect with each other to share ideas, designs or create groups and events.  Architectden also works with several prominent US universities that use the community to talk to students and organize classes and discussions.