In 2016, the online architecture subreddit was born.
Its members share stories of designing and building the world’s most iconic buildings and are known for sharing their creations on social media and in the forums.
The subreddit has over 50,000 members, making it the most popular forum in the subreddit, according to BuzzFeed News.
It has gained a following of over 1.2 million subscribers.
But Reddit’s rise in popularity has coincided with a resurgence in architectural memes.
Many are based on the architecture of the same architecture, and the result is that the community is a hive of creativity and innovation.
The site has hosted more than 50,00 architectural memes, according a recent BuzzFeed News analysis.
It’s a powerful community that’s made possible by its users, many of whom don’t typically use the platform to post, let alone upload their creations.
Many of the creations are based around the iconic buildings of the citys Gothic architecture, such as St. Paul’s Cathedral, the Gothic Revival Revival, and other landmarks that were constructed during the 19th century.
Some of the most well-known posts are those of architects and builders like John Galt and George Van Eyck, whose work has influenced the designs of other architects.
But the subreddit is also a haven for architects and other architects, who have found the platform a valuable outlet for their creative output.
They can share their creations in an open forum that is moderated by users.
Architect Richard Koehler, whose design work is featured on several subreddits, has been one of the top-rated architects on Reddit.
He told BuzzFeed News that he’s been a moderator on the subreddit for about four years and has amassed more than 10,000 submissions.
He said he’s not one to be shy about sharing his work on the site.
“When I’m on the forums, I’ll get up to the roof of the building, look around, and I’ll ask questions like ‘What are the best pieces of architecture that you could have done?’,” Koehl said.
“I do that so I can learn from the community.
And I like the fact that it’s not limited to just architects.
It could be anything.”
Koellers work has inspired several other Redditors to share their own creations, such a graphic novel about a woman who lives in the building she designed and built in 2015.
But a growing number of the posts about the design of architecture on the community are the work of architects.
Architect Peter V. Jahn, who designed the St. Louis Cardinals’ new ballpark in 2015, shared a story about how he built his home there and posted it to Reddit.
“My first idea was to put a sign on it that said, ‘Welcome to St.
Louis,’ and it was going to be a nice little wall of baseball,” he said.
But it took Jahn nearly two years to build the home.
The Cardinals moved to St Louis from St. Petersburg, Florida, in the summer of 2017, and they are still waiting for their new home.
When asked about his favorite posts, Jahn said he loves “the architecture of architecture” and the “fantastic architecture” of the Gothic revival.
Jens has received many of his posts on the Reddit site because he said that his work is not considered “topically related to architecture.”
But he also sees some overlap in the styles and designs.
“The aesthetics and architecture of St.
Paul’s Cathedral are very, very interesting,” he told BuzzFeed.
“They’ve always had an interesting style.
It is not something that I’m really interested in doing, but I am interested in seeing how it changes as you go through the decades.”
He also believes that the forum has helped him to find a niche for his work.
“Reddit has become a place to share the architecture that I do,” he added.
“And the architecture is something I’m very interested in.
The Reddit community is really a great place to do that.
I think that’s a good thing.”
Architect Dan Schoenfeld said that the subreddit has allowed him to build a new career.
“It has given me a chance to do things that I never thought possible, because I was doing these very boring things, and now I’m doing stuff that I don’t normally do,” Schoenfield said.
He added that he hopes to see his work continue to be featured on the larger subreddit, and added that it has also helped him find new opportunities.
“That’s what we do in the community,” he explained.
“If I can find an opportunity to work on something that people really like, that’s awesome.
And if they want to see more of it, they’re more than welcome to post about it.”
The Architect’s Corner, a forum dedicated to architectural memes by users, has more than 4,300 posts and more than 30,000 subscribers.
“Architects are just as much of a community as we all are,” one of its moderators