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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.
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.
In this special hour-long podcast, I interview Anthony Laney.
Anthony is a founding partner of Laney LA, a “high-tech, high-touch” architectural firm in California.
6 years ago, Anthony was told by a mentor that he wasn’t “running on all cylinders”.
Although he had a comfortable and secure job as a Project Manager at a respected firm, he decided to give this “entrepreneurship” thing a go.
With a warrior’s spirit, Anthony has managed to learn an abundance of skillsets to help make the dream of running his own firm possible.
6 years in, Laney LA now has 12 staff members with no signs of slowing down.
Today, we have a conversation about how it all became possible.
We dive into the journey he took to go from architecture student, to successful firm director, and what you can do to start your own journey.
Imagine taking a photo of a building and instantly getting access to all the information about it. From what materials it uses, who the design team was, year of completion and so forth. With Chaim Lieder’s app idea for architects and students, you’d be able to do just that.
On today’s podcast episode, I talk with Chaim about how you can enter and win architecture competitions, how to avoid late nights and manage your time better, Chaim’s app idea and how to manage and balance a side hobby or hustle while in architecture school.
On today’s episode, I run through 5 time management tips to boost your productivity as an Archi student. Especially in your first years, it’s difficult to understand why you have so much work to do and so little time to complete it. Trust me, it doesn’t get easier, you just have to get better, and, you will over time. But, you need to practice these 5 time management tips if you want to see improvement in your time management, organisation and productivity.
Specifically, I’ll talk about:
• Removing distractions
• Organising your work space to be clean
• Organising your files and folders – online and offline
• Creating systems
• Setting goals and reviewing your time using a diary
On today’s episode, I try to clarify what the most important tip for architecture students is and share some of the key things that successful people have in common.
Specifically, I’ll talk about:
• The impact of replacing “I can’t do that”, with “how can I do that?”
• How in this day and age, we get carried away reacting to things – social media, new trends – and how we are more and more being driven away from our own creativity and productivity.
• The importance of having a “bigger vision” in mind so that you have something to aim at.
On the podcast, you’ll hear from practicing architects, other successful students and myself, Kyle, a third year architecture student from South Australia.
Doing so, you’ll learn the tips and tricks to excel past the rest of your cohort and build the skills needed to take your work to another level.
On today’s episode, I welcome you on to the podcast for our very first episode! I’m super fired up to be starting the show and I’m glad you’ve decided to join me on the journey.