The Archiologist is happy to announce its partnership with, The Collaborative Laboratory, The Collab

What is The Collab?

Collaborative Laboratory that focuses on building knowledge by sharing ideas and exchanging skills through group collaboration. At the collaborative laboratory, we build knowledge by bringing in collaborators from different design industries and hosting workshops. The Collab is a shared space that helps digest and apply the shared assets to professional and personal life.

We are multidisciplinary professionals with a passion for teaching and influencing students in the design industry. We aim to spread knowledge, to inspire and to motivate. To create a strong foundation for learning, influencing students, empowering ideas and taking action for a better future in education.



Competition Now Open

Our team has already taken a lot into account when looking at fonts, the design of interior pages, projects and categories arrangements, etc... Now we want YOU to help us out. We want YOU to design something along us; to design the most important part of every book: THE COVER

Start with an A4 (210 × 297 millimeters or 8.27 × 11.69 inches; vertical page) that represents our cover page. We want our logo to be somewhere on the front and a text signaling “Second Issue”. You can do ANYTHING you want to the cover. We want to see your creative skills and also one of your best project pictures.

We are looking for simplicity. Just remember that “Less IS More.” We are looking for interesting designs as well, things that catch our attention. We do not want a collection of images for the cover, we just want an image that says a lot. We are also looking for some type of “white space”. We do not want the cover to look FULL, instead we want there to be a balance between used space and blank space.

The price to enter the competition is ONLY $10. For such small price, you will get a free printed copy of the magazine mailed to your house AND signed by our team. As well as having your project and design on the cover of an internationally known magazine/book. Your name will appear on the cover (take into account for design).

After payment, you will have 24 hours to download our ZIP file. In the file, you will get:

  • logo

  • font we use (helvetica)

  • JPEG files of examples

  • submission link found on folder

  • information package with important information

Due Date: February 24th @ 11:59 PM EST Time
Voting time: February 25th — March 4th
Final Winner will be announced after voting: March 5th

Pay Now $10.USD


News — Highlights

12/28/2018 — Release of Magazine Issue #2 Expected for April 2019
02/05/2019 — Names of students in The Archiologist Magazine Issue #2 has been released:

Adrian Wong (@adriancwwong), Alejandra Cardenas (@alexcard23), Alejandro Quinto (@alejandro.quinto), Alessandro Luporino (@q_set), Amanda Gunawan (@amandagnwn), Anderson Chan (@anderson.jovi), Andrea Bulloni (@andreabulloni), Andrea Cappiello (@archiello93), Andrea Molina (@unbitacoraporelmundo), Andrea Ruggieri, Andreas Stadlmayr (@andeas.stadlmayr), Andrew Shea (@andyshea1), Ansh Vakil (@avakil), Ashish Bhandari (@wanderer.bhandari), Austin Madrigale (@armadrigale9), Benny Cruz (@19cruz91), Bingxuan Liang (@__liangbx), Chanakarn Assavasirisilp (@bbayy), Chris Campbell (@cambysoup), Christian Stiles (@hashtag_culture), Ciaran Magee (@cianmagee__), Daniel Seidman (@darkseidman), David Lambert (@l_dwyd), Dingkun Wang (@wang_dingkun), Elise Francis (@elisemfrancis), Ellen Wong (@eln_wong), Émilie Fortier (@emilie.fortier), Emily Martin (@emmartini_22), Federico Monti (@fedemons), Flora Milanez (@fro_ra), Francesco Mura, Francesco Vitiello (@aureum_40), Gary Polk (@gary.polk), Giovanni Santonicola (@aureum_40), Haydn Lo (@haydn.lht), Hazem Talaat (@hazem_talaat), Heffrence Teow (@heffrence), Hugo Bertrand, Ilaria Belott (@ilabelotti), Irene Rodriguez (@irenebowie), Jack Rendler (@jack.oliva.rendler), James Hardt (@jameshardt19), Jean Philippe (@jeepmtl), Joel Wong (@zhoujoel), Jorge Sanchez, Jose Coba (@josecobaro), Kate Harris (@k8lharris), Marco Papagni (@marcoopapagni), Maria Mas Mengual, Masoud Abedi (@masoudabedimoghadam), Matteo Serra (@matteoserrams), Mirko Santoni, Nicolas Turchi (@nicolasturchi), Noel Picaper (@noelpicaper), Ozzy_Veliz (@oveliz_80), Paolo Boldi (@boldiwood), Phawin_Siripong (@guyguyguyy), Rasem_Kamal (@rasemkamal), Smit Patel (@smiture), Stanley Tan (@stanthj_arch), Stefan Burnett (@stefan112131), Swati Jain (@braveneworld), Tomasz Bulczak (@tbulczak), Trevor Mayes (@trevor_mayes), Vasiliki Bakavou (@vicky__bak), Ysaac Bustamante (@ysabusta), Yu Kono (@yu_r_kono), Zahid Ajam (@zahid), Zamfir Andrei (@zamfir40)

02/07/2019 — Cover Competition due date: February 24th; voting time: February 25th — March 4th; Final Winner will be announced after voting: March 5th. Magazine Advertisements due on March 5th.


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.


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?


This is a space where architecture, landscape, design, interior and art students and professionals can have their work exposed to the world

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