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    Our building directory of images, maps and unique content allow students to access ancient, historic, modern and even conceptual buildings and design ideas to help further their knowledge as they progress through school.  We all know a requirement of an accredited university is to take a few semesters of The History of Architecture, and this part of our site can give students an edge when it comes to studying.

    Universities and professors can create online profiles to help organize online critiques, reviews, events, lecture and more.  These critiques can all be archive for future use, thus all reviews and critiques are tracked throughout the years providing a true look at the progress and evolution of a designer.

    A new expansion of Architectden that is currently underway, the Design Program Database, will give both professionals and students alike, a greater understanding of how to achieve better design.

    We have already broken down the site into all building types – residential, commercial, hospitality, etc... we will now couple these categories with general programmatic requirements for each one. Therefore both students and professionals can download and view the program and see how others have dealt with the same problem. We feel this connection will allows people to make stronger connections among spacial arrangements, form and function.

Benefits for Universities:
1. Access to our extensive and ever-growing database of buildings with unique content form all over the world
2. Compare function allows direct comparison of buildings, architects, student work and more
3. Use our community to create profiles and groups to help organize events, lectures and even digital reviews and critiques
4. Our integrated review system allows students, users, professors and architects to critique each others work while simultaneously archiving the data
5. Use our Program Database to download general programmatic requirements for ALL building types.  This helps students better understand design by connecting the visual result with the written requirements