ArchEyes Guidelines for Submission
Would you like to see your project published on ArchEyes?
ArchEyes welcomes submissions from architects, urbanists, students, photographers, product designers, researchers and anyone who would like to see their work published online. However we are not able to answer all submissions and it may take a while for us to get back to submissions that we intend to publish, so please be patient. Please read the instructions below to be sure of doing everything right.
We welcome works (built or unbuilt) and articles of architecture practices, photographers, researchers and urban designers.
Terms and Conditions
By sending your work you accept our Terms and Conditions. So first, please make sure you have read them carefully.
What are we looking for?
Built and unbuilt architectural or urban design projects or photographic reports of individual buildings. Audiovisual material is also welcome. We are especially interested in content that is innovative, newsworthy or has a good story behind it and fantastic images. We are more likely to publish submissions that are sent exclusively to us and which are unpublished.
Where to send it?
You can email us at:
What to send?
When submitting your project we recommend including at least 10 images with exterior and interior photographs & plans (floor plans, sections, and details). This makes the review process much more efficient and allows us to get back to you quicker.
Please don’t scrimp on the number of images – the more, the better. And we really appreciate movies, podcasts or other digital information too whenever possible. Please have a look at our copyright policy before submitting the material and visit the FAQ section in case of any questions.
Plans, sections, and sketches are very popular among our readers, so please make sure to include them if you can.
We are not able to pay for photography but we will happily give credits, links and full copyright details where appropriate. Many photographers happily give us free imagery as publication on ArchEyes is a good way to promote their work and often leads to commissions from other publications.
What happens once the material is sent?
If we select your work we will write an article for publication and get back to you. Maybe not immediately because we receive a lot of proposals for publication, and selecting them carefully takes time.
And if my work is not published?
Well, don’t take it the wrong way. It does not mean we didn´t find your project interesting. Currently, we are publishing one project a day so we are very selective with what we feature.
Terms and Conditions
Please make sure you only submit content to us if you are the owner of all intellectual property rights in that content. This means, for example, that you own the copyright in the content as well as any trademarks or design rights, which may be registered or unregistered. Please check you own these rights if you are unsure.
Where there is a claim that someone else owns all or part of the intellectual property rights in the content, we will investigate the claim and will remove the content from our website if necessary.
We are free to publish content that you submit to us in whole or part on this website, on any other site in which we have publishing rights, or via any other means, for example through mobile applications; and to allow third parties also to similarly publish this content where they do so in association with us.
Please make sure you do not submit any content that might be considered abusive, obscene, illegal, libelous, defamatory, racist or factually inaccurate, as we will not publish such content.
Remember you are fully responsible for all content you submit to us and you accept liability for any actions relating to the content. Any comments and reviews posted on this website by you or other users do not reflect our opinions and we are not responsible or liable for any content submitted by you or anyone else.
By providing submissions to us, you confirm you agree with these terms.
Note: ArchEyes has a passionate and opinionated readership and stories attract comments. While we believe in freedom of speech, we understand that sometimes comments can upset architects and designers who send us their work. We try to moderate comments to keep them reasonable but sometimes we make mistakes. If you submit a story and you think comments are unreasonable or upsetting please drop us a line.