I interviewed 15 architects and interior architects. Some were in their last years of architecture school, others had 30+ years of experience. I learnt a lot.
Distraction is deadly. Though, getting distracted now is more common than ever before. Furthermore, the demand for focus is greater now than ever before. So, how can you regain focus in a distracting world? This is a simple trick I use to stop distraction and focus on what I should be doing instead.
This architect loves coffee. Who would have guessed it?
Today I’m joined by US architect Gary Sadler. Gary is a successful architect and business owner of the architectural practice Upland Architects in Massachusetts.
In this episode we hear of Gary’s experiences from architecture student to owning his own firm of 15 staff members.
Want to be a good architecture student? You need the best tools. Here are 15 of the top essential tools for architecture students.
You might be starting architecture school soon or you might just want to upgrade the architectural tools you have. It can get overwhelming as to what tools are essential and which are not needed.
I thought I’d collate 15 of the best tools for architecture students because I never had a resource like this when I first started architecture school.
If you’re an architecture student you’re more than likely on Instagram. You might even have an account for your architecture work.
That’s great. But, as a student, there’s sooo much potential for you on Instagram that most students don’t realise.
Instagram is an incredible tool for networking, finding and creating job opportunities, building important relationships with those in the industry and receiving local and global recognition for your work.
All you must do is use Instagram properly.