Where better to see what inspires today’s architects than their Instagram feeds? Or watch their ideas grow from a pencil sketch into bricks and mortar.

In our edit of architects you should follow on Instagram, we’ve included titans of the design world – those with the legions of followers you would expect. But we’ve also listed smaller practices who’ll take you inside spaces you wouldn’t normally reach, and make you see the world with fresh eyes.

Follow these people and your daily commute will never be the same…

David Adjaye

Roni Horn. Pinault collection curated by dan vho. Venice✨✨✨

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Olson Kundig

Tom's sketch for #OutpostBasel, the VIP collector's lounge at Design Miami/Basel 2015

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Vincent Van Duysen


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Sam Jacob

More WIP

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Marcio Kogan

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BIG / Bjarke Ingels

Coconut Grove 2.0

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Atelier ARS

Herzog & de Meuron

Arthur Casas

Vivien Wei Wei Liu

Angled #vdubllookingupatthings

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Lee Mindel

#pauloportughesi #rome #thearchitectseye #mosque

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Skidmore, Owings & Merrill – SOM

Frida Escobedo

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Richard Meier & Partners

Our Model Gallery in New York City. Photo by Edgar Almaguer. #RichardMeier #Modern #Contemporary #Architecture #Design #NYC #ArchDaily

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