As a rule in architecture school, you will almost always be working towards a tight deadline which can sometimes be stressful. So, when going through the developmental stages of yourRead More
Guest Posts, Miscellanious, Model Making
This week is a bit of a different one. This blog post is the outcome of a drop-in audio event held over on our Discord channel. Similar to the recentlyRead More
Architecture Students, Tutorials
Quite some time ago we wrote an article titled ’10 Awesome Architecture Blogs you Need to Follow Right Now’ which gained some popularity. But it was only after re-visiting thisRead More
Miscellanious
To be completely honest, there was a lot I didn’t know when I started architecture. I was pretty much going into it blind, having done little research and no realRead More
Architecture Students
The most common question I get asked as a content creator is how am I able to balance my time between working full-time, pumping out blog posts and trying otherRead More
Miscellanious
Excerpt taken from the 1 Hour Crit Workbook ‘When you are at architecture school, every semester or a couple of months you get to take the stage and put onRead More
Architecture Students
Learning new skills is the best thing you can do as a student or graduate. Skill-building isn’t just about taking a new course or trying something well outside of yourRead More
Architecture Students, Productivity
There is a multitude of software to learn as an architecture student, graduate and professional. There’s no time like the present to build your skills and find a tool thatRead More
Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Tutorials
Massing diagrams don’t need to be complicated or take a long time to put together. In this week’s post, guest author Ellie takes us through her workflow from thinking aboutRead More
Adobe Illustrator, Architecture Students, Tutorials
This article is written to help you simplify your design work if it is confusing or complicated and hard to understand. When developing your project, a spectrum of ideas tendsRead More
Guest Posts
👋 Hi, my name is Sundeep Bhudia and I’m an Architectural Assistant Apprentice at Jacobs. The Architecture Apprenticeship is something I wanted to share with more people! I remember beingRead More
Architecture Students
Coming fresh out of university often feels like the beginning of a new chapter and the new possibilities job-hunting can bring you. Of course, this isn’t the only route toRead More
Productivity
Adding textures in Photoshop doesn’t need to be a long, complicated process. In fact, it’s a simple case of image manipulation. In this tutorial we’ll be learning how to: →Read More
Adobe Photoshop, Architecture Students, Tutorials
Is your computer running slower than usual or want to start an easy maintenance routine? then look no further 😉 As architecture students, the work we produce requires a largeRead More
Architecture Students, Miscellanious

08/03/2021

How I Use Notion

If you’ve been following this blog for a while, you’ll know that I am obsessed with Notion and all its applications. I first started using Notion in March 2020 –Read More
Architecture Students, Productivity
Welcome to my final bit of unsolicited advice! We’ve finally reached the end of this little bunch of information, so I hope some of it has been useful. This lastRead More
Ben's Building Blocks
We’ve all faced tough situations and problems in our lives and the past year or so has been incredibly difficult yet looking back, the solitude and clarity may have beenRead More
Guest Posts
Hello again all. Today we are progressing further beyond the basic technical skills that often seem to be avoided while we are studying and into the realms of more legislativeRead More
Ben's Building Blocks
No this isn’t an ancient secret, there are no acronyms, no kind of formula or set of steps to follow to get more done. This article isn’t about me tellingRead More
Productivity
Welcome back to my little column of unsolicited studying advice. Today is Act 3 and we are looking at two more topics, this time a little more outside the basicRead More
Ben's Building Blocks
Hey guys, it’s me again. I’m back to offer my utterly unsolicited advice about some key areas in which our architecture education often seems to be found lacking. I introducedRead More
Ben's Building Blocks

03/02/2021

Drawing and Tech

Hi everyone! My name is Ben, I am a (very) recently registered architect. I can finally call myself an architect after years of study. And yet, after all that time,Read More
Ben's Building Blocks
It’s no secret that we’re the generation who are supposed to be knowledgeable and in-sync with the quirks and requirements of social media. But as aspiring architects how can weRead More
Architecture Students
Disclaimer: I didn’t LOVE my Part 1 Year Out… and that’s okay… I left university having been sold the idea that my year out would be this fabulous year ofRead More
Architecture Students
Recently, I’ve been trying to listen to more podcasts and expanding my knowledge about architecture, productivity and anything interesting. You’ll find that since the pandemic began, there has been anRead More
Architecture Students
Moodboards are a great way to collect resources and images that can inspire your design projects. There’s many types of moodboards; physical printed images, digital collections or through apps likeRead More
Architecture Students, Portfolio
I know so many of you have been waiting for a 3D sun path diagram since our first tutorial on a regular, simple sun path – which by the wayRead More
Adobe Illustrator, Architecture Students, Tutorials
I’ve been working with students at an international university for the last few months where English is not the students first language. I’m teaching English for Architecture communication, and I’veRead More
Architecture Students
This time last year I was constantly thinking about ways I could improve my portfolio to increase my chances of employment. Updating my portfolio was on my mind constantly. InRead More
Architecture Students, Portfolio
So, you have finally made it through the first five years of your journey to become an Architect in the UK. You are a Part II graduate, who is eitherRead More
Architecture Students

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