life-of-an-architecture-student:

#lifeofanarchitecturestudent #loaas #architecture

life-of-an-architecture-student:

#lifeofanarchitecturestudent #loaas #architecture

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Archistudent creeps into year 1 studios when you were napping at your desk

College Major Stereotypes:

archilist:

therealpigfarts23:

sherlockbringthejam:

ohaiitsarielle:

timeywimey-pendragon:

love-order-chaos-repeat:

dotluvr:

chrybo:

Philosophy:

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Art:

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Engineering:

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Chemistry:

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Psychology:

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Gender and Sexuality Studies:

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Social Work:

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Women’s Studies:

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Business:

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Linguistics:

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English:

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Computer Science and Engineering:

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Theater:

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Physics:

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Mathematics:

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Astronomy:

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Environmental Studies:

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Biology:

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Anthropology:

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Sociology:

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International Studies:

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Choaked at Theater

Excuse you

History:

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Law


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Nursing:

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MUSIC:

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I DIED AT MUSIC

Architecture:
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(Source: magneticmotif)

I think this is applicable to us too. Strive on, folks! Go back to what is pure; whether it be lego or your favourite place or even just drawing. And there’s nothing wrong with taking time out for introspection. Allons-y!

Technology archistudent style: studio skype session with architect from Denmark

Technology archistudent style: studio skype session with architect from Denmark

archistudent:

You know you’re an architecture student when…
…it’s perfectly normal to rock out with a T-square* at 3am.
*Whatever. Most inanimate objects on your studio table will do.
(I’m looking through the photos I took throughout the first semester, expect more during the break! And for those new with us, this is part of an ongoing series: YKYAAS, follow the link for more.)

THROWBACK

archistudent:

You know you’re an architecture student when…

…it’s perfectly normal to rock out with a T-square* at 3am.

*Whatever. Most inanimate objects on your studio table will do.

(I’m looking through the photos I took throughout the first semester, expect more during the break! And for those new with us, this is part of an ongoing series: YKYAAS, follow the link for more.)

THROWBACK


Classic Chinese Ancient Buildings 
Cutaways Li Ganlang [via]

"Li Ganlang 2005 onwards started drawing, anatomical drawings to show the Chinese construction Shi Jingdian construction law, showing Chinese cultural characteristics of various buildings, covered wood constitutive temples, pavilions, towers, gates, caves, bridges, houses and so on five Shiyu Zuo building. By Yuan-Liou Publishing Company."

(Source: archatlas, via archisketchbook)

One thing that has struck me about advancing up the years is the increasing sense of ‘well-alright-then’: an ability to take anything that’s thrown at us - as compared to the utter chaos and madness that was year 1 and 2. 

alwaysinstudio:

me in studio

(Source: popcultureprodigy)

architectureporn:

nexttoparchitects:

by cire_k 1:1 Details #architecture#details#usyd#fullscale#keen#architectureschool#thehearth#construction#drawing#vscocam

Full scale architecture detail drawings, such a good idea and a great way to learn how things fit together.

architectureporn:

nexttoparchitects:

by cire_k 1:1 Details #architecture#details#usyd#fullscale#keen#architectureschool#thehearth#construction#drawing#vscocam

Full scale architecture detail drawings, such a good idea and a great way to learn how things fit together.

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So this happened.
[Thanks, Rachel for the image :D]

So this happened.

[Thanks, Rachel for the image :D]

"If you’re sleepy, you should go home. Studio is not designed for sleeping"

— Tutor, during fire safety lecture. 

The level three architecture studio bin.

The level three architecture studio bin.

Preoccupations, a lecture by Rem Koolhaas, given this evening at the National University of Singapore.