You’re an architect – how much money do you make? I wish I got a dime every time someone asked me this question [read more]
Thinking of taking the architectural registration exam? I thought I would use today’s post to share with you what I did to pass the exam – on the first try.
A collection of articles geared towards architecture students, architectural interns, and people interested in the process of what it takes to become an architect.
I am a recovering procrastinator.
I don’t have much hope of ever finding a cure, but recently I have found some ways to hang on to the wagon and stay focused on getting things done.
Architecture can be an incredibly creative field, wildly rewarding for those who like to think outside of the box … but there is also a role for those who love architecture whose predilections and skill sets lean towards the straight and narrow. There are times when I wonder “… which one am I?”
here are some unique insights into how an architecture student can rise to the top of a pile of resumes and get that coveted architectural intern position
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, it doesn’t count if it doesn’t get built. Projects that for one reason or another got put in the drawer only to never see the light of day again. I call these “dead projects.”
For some students, college will be the time when some might struggle to cope with the stresses associated with college life, for architecture students, there is another layer of stress and rigor placed upon them
To be an architect you have to have specific tools to get the job done. Here is a look at the ones I use most often.
What to take better pictures? The solution is easy .. take more pictures and you WILL become a better photographer.