The most expensive buildings in the world cost a pretty penny. How much? Not millions, but billions.
We’re going to count down the top 10 most expensive buildings in the world.
STOP PROCRASTINATING. My fellow architecture students, procrastination is something we all battle. We all try to avoid procrastinating, but it always finds a way to come back and haunt us.
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had a big project to do, a job I knew I needed done or an essay I needed to write, stressed out of my mind and pushed for time. But, if you were to open my bedroom door, you’ll find me checking my phone, opening up Instagram or binging an episode or 5 on Netflix.
You can probably relate.
In this video, we’re going to put an end to procrastination in architecture school. We’re going to discover why we procrastinate and what we can do to avoid procrastinating altogether so that you can get more important work done and spend less time stressing about your work.
These are 7 secret tips for studying architecture, the habits of successful architecture students that they don’t teach you in architecture school.
I’m going to absolutely spill my brain and knowledge into this video. I’ve put together 7 MASSIVE tips to help you become a successful architecture student. Let’s get straight into the 7 tips for studying architecture.
With architectural software taking and new technology being brought into this world for designing, how come universities still focus on learning hand sketching?
I was just re-watching the interview I had with the legend David Drazil from Sketch Like an Architect (https://youtu.be/cy06N7v1p2s).
Throughout that interview, he makes some strong points about why architectural sketching is still relevant (and will always be) and why it’s important to learn architectural sketching as an architecture student.