David co-founded Plataforma Networks with David Assael, under the mission to improve the quality of life of the next 3 billion people that will move into cities in the next 40 years, by providing knowledge, inspiration and tools for architects. The project started in 2006 with Plataforma Arquitectura, the most visited architecture website in Spanish. In 2008 they decided to take this network to a broader audience, launching ArchDaily, which later became the world's most visited architecture website in the world. In December 2011, they launched ArchDaily Brasil, continuing with the mission to spread architectural knowledge. This project has taken them around the world, attending conferences, biennales and interviewing some of the most renowned practices, such as Eric Owen Moss, Richard Meier, Kengo Kuma, Renzo Piano, Steven Holl, Peter Eisenman, Michael Graves, Joshua Prince Ramus, OMA, Office dA, SOM, Peter Bohlin, Carmé Pinos, among others. David Basulto has been invited as part of jury for the XVII Chile Biennale, as the coordinator for the Chilean exhibit at the XVII Ecuador Pan-American Biennale, as a guest critic at the 44th Architecture Salon in Croatia, as a jury of the 2010 Young Architects Award by the Young Architects Association of Catalunya, Spain, jury for the XVII Chile Biennale, jury of the Chilean Selection for the VII Iberoamerican Biennale, coordinator of the Chilean Selection for the XVII and XVIII Panamerican Quito Biennale and jury for several civic and educational projects in Chile. David has lectured at Harvard GSD (USA), the University of Arkansas (USA), the Escola do Cidade (Brazil) and other universities in Chile. David has also been included as part of the 100 Young Leaders in 2009 by El Mercurio (Chile's most influential newspaper), and has been chosen as an Endeavor Entrepreneurs by the Endeavor Foundation based in New York.