Second year of architecture school had me feeling like the real deal. We were introduced to site analysis, construction types, and we were finally putting our designs out there. I’ve said before that looking back at my old projects, all … Continue reading
In between the crazy schedules of my life as an architecture student, I have permanently toyed with the idea of this blog. The problem is that it scares me to begin anything new, unless I’m pretty sure I can conquer it. In this case, I’m not sure what it means to “conquer” a blog.
So I’m doing this for me, to look back, to learn, to keep track of where I’ve been and where I want to go.
If you’re reading this and it seems interesting, bear with me… It’s only going to keep getting better!
I’m a complete newbie to the world of blogging, and I’m a beginner in the world of architecture. I have a limited perspective but I want to share and learn from others as much as I can.
I will start by breaking down what my (studio) education in architecture.
My Studio Experience up to this point looks like this:
- Drawing and Graphics Studio
- Introduction to Design Studio
- Architecture as Craft Studio
- Placemaking Studio
- Background Building
YEAR 4 (Currently)
- Comprehensive Design Studio
I want to break down each year by project in future posts, but for now feel free to browse my first ever attempt at a Portfolio (don’t laugh!). The PDF attached was my submission to be accepted into the professional program at Andrews University. It’s hopefully the first of many (better ones) to come.
I’m excited to be where I am. I’m enjoying my senior year to the fullest.
Here’s to 2 more years of college and couple more fore licensing! It’s going to happen!