Learn Vray for Rhino to produce beautiful, next-level renders. This is how to render using Vray for Rhino – a tutorial for students and beginner architecture visualisers.
Networking is everything as an architecture student. It’s not what you know – but WHO you know.
In this episode, architecture student Christopher Johnson talks through his experiences with local networking events, his participation mentoring students, his involvement with the Canadian Architecture Student Association and various other groups and boards.
Studying from home can be a challenge for some students.
With the whole COVID-19 thing going on, it’s forced us into some uncomfortable and unheard of situations . . . well, not for me.
As an architecture student, for the past 4 years I’ve been doing most of my study from home. I’ve developed some small tips and tricks to help manage my time better to get more work done.
So, for those of you out there struggling with this, let’s find out how you can self-manage your time better as a student, and get more done at home, without the guidance of your teachers.
It’s difficult to stay consistently motivated to do something. Vesal from Karaj, Iran, has been motivated to study architecture for the past 6 years and nothing is stopping her.
On today’s episode of the Successful Archi Student’s Podcast, Vesal and I talk about how you can stay persistently motivated to study architecture, how you can prepare for architecture school and what you should fear before starting.
Vesal shares her experiences and journey with us on episode 22.
We all experience it… Some days we’re fired up to study, other days, we are not. The key to overcome that lack of confidence is what I talk about in today’s episode of the architecture podcast.
Along with this question from Khawaja (IG @kh_muhammad_ali), I also answer his other questions about getting into architecture school and how to figure out if it’s the right path to take.