The BD Guide to Twitter
We bring you everything an architect needs to know about the social media platform that dominates the news.
Here you'll find the #BDTwitter100 - our listing of the most useful architectural tweeters and a breakdown of the top 10 in each category - heritage, sustainability, bim, journalism, architects, architecture practices, consultants and education. Think we've got something wrong? Let us know on our LinkedIn Group, where you can also join in our debate on the usefulness of Twitter and other social media platforms.
Our pick of the 100 best tweeters for architects to follow
The 10 best architects to follow on Twitter now
The best architecture practices to follow on Twitter now
The student groups, architecture schools and lecturers worth following on Twitter
Architects, consultants and journalists have come together on Twitter to create a unique network of specialists around sustainability in architecture and the built environment.
A small but vocal commuity of heritage tweeters is connecting the dots between architects, sustianability specialists and our architectural heritage
Journalists are some of the best information sharers in the Twittersphere
The consultants nominated for thie year’s listings include some of the most useful on Twitter
The bim community on twitter is one of the most tangible and active groups relevant to architects in the UK.
As we pull together hundreds of public nominations for our Twitter 100, these are the accounts that received the most nominations
By popular request, BD publishes the slides from a talk given at the RIBA’s Guerrilla Tactics small practice conference by BD head of digital and online editor Anna Winston
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