Editorial Policy Standard

Architecture Lab prides itself on its content, thanks to our writers’ dedication, passion, and commitment. They create engaging content that is factually correct and free from ethical conundrums, so consumers can trust the accuracy of what we publish. But when you find an article that fails to satisfy your requirements, send us an email, and we will have a look.

We Believe In Integrity

If there’s one thing you can never accuse us of – it’s being disloyal. We are 100% focused on delivering quality content and keep updating our editorial practices to meet modern standards. Our team consists of:

  • Writers
  • Photographers
  • Editors
  • Fact-checkers
  • Illustrators 
  • Medical professionals
  • Financial experts 

Thanks to our diverse team, we are efficient at reviewing and checking all content before publishing them. It reduces the chances of errors and guarantees that what we publish is up to date, caters to our readers’ interests, and is accurate.

For greater transparency, we provide the name of the content writer as a byline, followed by a short description and links to more information. This is ideal for people who want detailed insight about a topic, and you can check the date to determine when we last updated the content.

Analytical articles will also have a tagline at the end for more information regarding authorship or research. But all original content, including graphics, illustrations, videos, and images, is created by our in-house teams only after collaborating with experts. It ensures our articles address the voices and diverse opinions in every field to give consumers value for their time.

Maintaining Quality

Getting to the top is one thing but staying on top is a different ball game; that’s why we have a strict review policy. Our board members, including the editors, anti-bias team, financial board members, medical team, and other review teams, check the content regularly.

This allows us to uphold the values of quality, integrity, and accuracy while writing or editing videos and photos so as not to mislead the audience. Besides correcting factual errors, Architecture Lab encourages readers to point out mistakes for smooth resolution.

Moreover, all team members must disclose any conflict of interest before working on articles for complete transparency. And the best part is that advertisers hold no sway over the editors, who work independently of outside interference. 

We guarantee this by strictly separating the editing and advertising content to reduce issues down the road.

Verifying Facts

The relevance of any article for the readers boils down to the facts, and we spend a major part of our resources on fact-checking. We only hire experienced fact-checkers to review the content thoroughly, which makes them ideal candidates for subject matter experts and journalists.

From statistical data to the names of places or objects, our professional team researches all the information and verifies whether the content in the articles is accurate. It helps customers trust our comprehensive and updated articles, so we add a “fact check” badge to all articles that have been verified.

Even the name of the fact checker and author are mentioned at the top of the page. But if you find any issues regarding the content, don’t hesitate to let us know on our official email id.


We believe that the mark of a top company lies in rectifying its mistakes, and our editorial team is quite prompt in correcting all factual errors. In fact, as part of our transparent policies, all the errors and changes are clearly highlighted, along with the date and time. 

But remember, this is only for factual mistakes – articles that are difficult to understand but factually correct will be updated without any editor’s note. Also, when news articles are written, some cover specific topics that are relevant only for a particular duration and hence aren’t updated.

Instead, we update our rich library of resources that are republished time and again to meet your needs. The review board is responsible for this and provides a date stamp after checking all the facts. 


Journalists never reveal their sources, but we can. However, sourcing isn’t as simple as writing from a particular review or blog because we need to verify the facts and information of the primary source.

We source information from reputable organizations, both private and government, while conducting interviews with experts and academic institutions. Every data, claim, or fact is backed up by a reputable link so that you can verify it yourself. 

And unlike other organizations, we don’t believe in anonymous sourcing since it harms our relationship with consumers and affects trust. Very rarely do we have to include information from unnamed sources, but we highlight the reason and context in such instances for clarity.

What makes us stand out is that our reporting covers people in all spheres of society, such as LGBTQ+, BIPOC, women in various fields, etc. We are unbiased and strive to provide a platform for neglected individuals to share their stories.


There are certain things we don’t compromise on, especially the fact that every person deserves equal representation, respect, and opportunities. This is where our Anti-Bias review board comes into the picture, as Architecture Lab takes pride in helping people realize their worth.

The board consists of journalists, educators, finance professionals, public health specialists, researchers, advocates, etc. We hire people who share our goal of promoting diversity and inclusion while acting against issues like racial injustice.

Once hired to the Anti-Bias Review board, each member is responsible for scrutinizing images, videos, themes, language, and the overall tone of an article, using their research and experience. 

If they find anything not in line with our policies, it’s immediately brought to the attention of the concerned authorities for a quick resolution. The board even works closely with brands to help them create inclusive content for all gender identities, sexual orientations, races, religions, ethnicities, abilities, ages, and socio-economic standing.


You can never accuse us of being partial since the very foundation of Architecture Lab is based on honest, insightful, and unbiased journalism. Every team and board member is accountable for their actions and must not give in to the whims and fancies of advertisers.

All “Sponsored Content” is clearly labeled to show that it has been curated according to an advertiser or sponsor’s wishes. We guarantee that all our product reviews and services will help people solve their problems since they contain only useful information. 

For product reviews, the writers, editors, and fact checkers conduct thorough research and even test the products to write detailed information. You will also find affiliate links in articles, so let us explain how they work.

Clicking on the affiliate link ensures we get a commission every time a consumer purchases a product. However, we don’t receive any incentive for recommendations or the content in general. 

All writers and editors have been forewarned not to provide preferential treatment to outside resources based on their relationship with a company or individual. And no editor or writer receives gifts or compensation for their jobs.

Whenever the content team receives complimentary services or products as part of their work, we disclose all information for transparency and customer satisfaction.


It’s human nature to follow the beaten track and do what everyone else is. But we at Architecture Lab devote considerable time and energy to unbiased and original content for audience engagement. It ensures readers get useful information related to their queries but, more importantly, it helps us steer clear of copyright infringement.

That’s why all the information is properly verified and attributed wherever necessary to prevent violating intellectual property rights. No articles are allowed to pass if plagiarized – these are strict grounds for dismissal, and the editing team makes sure to double-check all such instances.

All written content is in line with the prevalent journalistic laws, practices, and standards, such as –