A space where architecture, landscape, design, interior and art students can have their work exposed to the world


Archiologist /ärkēˈoləjəst/ 

In our own definition, an archiologist is a person that designs and practices the curatorship of student projects in the branches of design (architecture, landscape, interior, art, etc). An individual, from any career, that believes in the importance of students, as the root to our economy, government, culture and work force. An archiologist is a person that wants to give students a chance to exhibit the hard effort they work on for a whole semester and to be acknowledged and recognized for their design capacities. 

Are you an archiologist?


Biannual Competition

The Biannual Competition is a conjunction with The Archiologist Magazine. Thousands of students compete with their design projects from all places around the world to be able to be published in The Archiologist Magazine. Therefore, the magazine holds the best student projects of a single semester. 

Do you think you have what it takes to appear on the magazine? Find out.

The magazine was thought out as:

A way for students to compete with each other world-wide. 50 students¹ are selected from thousands of entries world-wide by a team of jurors: changing and rotating yearly, ranging from theorists, professors, and famous architects in the world. The prize for the winning students is to have their project published in the biannual The Archiologist magazine, with a free printed copy sent to them to keep.


Online Submissions

Since our start, we have been receiving many online project submissions. Such as master theses, course assignments and personal work. We urge you to not stop doing so. It is amazing to see everyone’s projects around the whole world and we would like to continue making this page be a place where we can share all our knowledge and techniques. We are constantly looking for the best projects that we can feature on our platform.

Interesting projects that go past “architecture” and start looking at societal links, environmental, and other types of topics that relate to new innovative techniques in Architecture. 

We are looking for full presentations, anything ranging from process models and drawings to final boards with plans, sections, diagrams, renderings and model pictures.

Online submissions are accepted all year-round.  Read more.


Online project submissions are on-line based only. The online submissions have nothing to do with the Biannual Competition we hold in conjunction with The Archiologist Magazine. 



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