Social networking site Architizer is being promoted as a "Facebook for Architects," enabling architects, architecture curators, clients, critics and fans to interact.

During one of the worst economic crisis of our current era, no one seems to need allies more than architects and city planners – many of whom have had to see their projects (and livelihoods) put on hold till new funding reappears. In the meantime, many are seeking creative ways to band together to find exciting and new opportunities for each other utilizing the internet and it’s global network.

One such digital pioneer is brand-new social networking site Architizer, which is being promoted as a “Facebook for Architects” and will allow “architects, architecture curators, clients, critics and fans, to interact”. The site, which is free to use, allows members to link their personal, firm, and project profiles where they can display a new building, share photos of interesting projects, and have their work pinpointed on a global interactive map.

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