About ArchEyes

About ArchEyes

ArchEyes is an Architecture online magazine.

Our mission is simple: to bring you a carefully edited selection of the most influential architecture from both established contemporary creatives and the most acclaimed architects throughout history.

In addition to publishing inspirational projects, ArchEyes produces its unique editorial features on the cutting edge of contemporary culture, including studio visits, travel stories, and more.

We will always choose quality against quantity, reduce the number of articles, and ensure each published project’s significance is as high as possible.

Our Journey

ArchEyes was founded in 2016 as a Research Architecture Blog. After just a few months, the blog started receiving attention from prominent architecture critics. Our articles were featured in big media corporations such as the New York Times, The Guardian, and Dezeen. Since then, the growth has been exponential year after year.

In 2020, ArchEyes’ Alexa rank reached the Top 100K worldwide and the Top 20K in the United States. The site has received several awards during this time, such as the A’Design Best Media Award (2021 & 2022) or the THA Design & Architecture Award (2020 & 2021).

Ranking among the most popular Architecture websites globally, according to web-ranking firm Feedspot, we currently receive over 160K visitors monthly with just 600 articles published.

If you are looking to target the architecture and design industry or an audience of affluent, educated, and creative young professionals, ArchEyes is the place to be.

Editorial Philosophy

At ArchEyes, we don’t follow a publishing schedule, but we try to publish new posts as often as possible. Since we treat the blog like a magazine, we regularly write articles about new Architecture projects, but we don’t consider ourselves news-oriented. We identify ourselves with a “slow web” and built the platform “horizontally.” We only post when we feel that we’ve got something interesting to show or when we can add some value to a topic.

Read more about our editorial philosophy.


Since 2020, ArchEyes has been a proud media partner of the A’ Design Award and Competition, the world’s most prestigious and influential design accolade, and we have partnered with hundreds of brands to feature their products on ArchEyes. We are always looking for new partnerships, so feel free to contact us for more information about partnerships

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ArchEyes Team

Roberto Ortiz de Landazuri Monagas
Architect & Furniture Designer
Founder and chief editor of ArchEyes, Roberto is a Spanish Architect who currently lives between Los Angeles and CDMX. After graduation in 2010, Roberto developed his career in Spain, the Dominican Republic, Japan, Mexico, and the United States.

Julieta Brunero Santiago
Journalist & Producer
Social strategist and chief editor of ArchEyes, Julieta is an Argentinan Content Producer who currently lives in CDMX. She has developed her career in Argentina, Mexico, and the United States.

Ignacio García Martinez
Architect, Professor & Theorist
Chief editor of ArchEyes, Ignacio is a Spanish Architect who currently lives in Lisboa. After graduation in 2010, he developed his career in Spain, Portugal, England, Mexico, and the United States.

Xaime Diz Sanz
Architect & Illustrator
Chief editor of ArchEyes, Xaime is a Spanish Architect who currently lives in Madrid. After graduation in 2010, he developed his career in Spain, Switzerland, and the United States. He founded his studio XDS in 2020.

Dr. Kenzo Hosokawa Menéndez
Construction Engineer & Professor
Chief editor of ArchEyes, Kenzo is a Hispanic-Japanese Building Engineer who currently lives in Madrid. In 2020, he received his Ph.D. in building engineer and has since then been teaching at the Technical University of Madrid.

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