Founded in 2012, Arch2O was launched with a simple concept; creating a collaborative platform for creative people across the globe to bring a carefully edited selection of the best architecture, design and art projects from around the world.
Arch2O set out to bring a fresh new mindset to the world of design with two main objectives. The first was to invite all creative minds from a wide and diverse background in the world of design to collaborate on our platform in order to review some of the latest and most relevant issues to those different creative groups of people, making Arch2O one of the designer’s most favorite platforms.
The second objective was to unveil and identify the most uncommon and undiscovered – yet most certainly impressive – approaches in the ever growing, ever demanding world of architecture, design, art, and all that relates.
Arch2o’s main office is located in the USA, with a satellite office in London, yet we have 70% of our staff working remotely from different places across the globe, we proudly adopt one of the most diverse mindsets out there. We consider ourselves a large virtual office, working continuously 24 hours a day with a strong management and communication system.
This diverse team of creative artists, designers, and architects have worked around the clock, day to day for almost four consecutive years to bring you a selection of over 5000 articles in a wide scope of art & design related happenings. Our selection of architectural projects insists on intelligently implemented solutions while presenting new possibilities for content and everyday use. It is a proponent of futurism through a persistent investigation of the symbiotic potentials amid nature and technology.
In order to create a collaborative environment that engages students from all around the world, Arch2O established two programs; Arch2O Internships Program and Arch2O Students’ Week.
Our Students Week Program was started to give those talented students who think outside of the box a chance to feature their creative work online through one of the most comprehensive platforms out there. Over 8 Student Weeks we received more than 3000 students projects from more than 32 countries worldwide. Our goal was quite basic; the need to push our students forward and give them the space to think creatively out of the box!
Through our Internship Program, we invited more than 40 editors to collaborate on our platform, posting more than 400 articles to our magazine. Our internship started in 2013 with 4 interns and continued to grow as more people joined. Now we have an average of 15 interns on board in each cycle. Those successful candidates are selected out of an average of 500 applications submitted each round. Each one of these interns is working within a collaborative research group, under the close supervision of some of our best editors. The objective of this internship program is not just to invite people to review projects but to have interns emerge as capable, empowered and committed individuals and team players in today’s competitive world as well as have them develop their skills for intercultural communication and build new relationships on a foundation of appreciation, respect, and understanding in addition to the exclusive editing experience they gain.
If you would like to donate or support our programs, please feel free to contact info(at)arch2o.com
Arch2O in Numbers:
Social Media: +1.6 Million Followers
Monthly Traffic: +2 Million page views
Articles: +5000 Article
Students Week : 4150 Projects received
Internships: +40 interns from around the world
Newsletters: +40.000 subscribers
Updated: Jan, 2016
Where we are
US Office: 1216 University City Blvd, Blacksburg, 24060, VA, USA
UK Office: 22 Gunterstone Road | West Kensington, London W14 9BX, England
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