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Phaidon Press launches online resource detailing 3,000+ projects from its Phaidon Atlas series

Following the success of the Phaidon Atlas book series, Phaidon Press has launched a new digital resource that provides profiles of more than 3,000 buildings around the world: Phaidon Atlas. The programme enables users to search for inspiring projects in a variety of ways, including by material, type and location, and provides textual information alongside drawings, photographs and details of the project team.

Phaidon Atlas is the product of 6 years of research and the input of over 200 architects, universities and students from UK, Europe and the USA who have helped to shape and streamline the design and function of the site. Each project is reviewed by regular panels, made up of Phaidon editors, guest architects, critics and thinkers to ensure that the Atlas achieves and retains depth, scope and currency, not possible in print.

Subscription fees for the resource start at £145 for one user per year or £750 for ten users. Click here to visit Phaidon Atlas.

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