The most daunting part for any university graduate is, well, graduating and looking for a job. Although this doesn’t have to be the next step, this is typically the directionRead More
Architecture Students
Previously on the blog, I’ve talked about Dealing With Design Tutors who may not always be on the same page as you, or even What to do After a TutorialRead More
Architecture Students, Productivity
This week’s blog post is a guest entry by Dongwoo Lee as he shares his journey working on a competition entry and learning new skills along the way A HouseRead More
Architecture Students
In a recent Instagram story, I asked architecture students from around the world whether they believed in multi-tasking and how they go about doing so. From a mixed array ofRead More
Architecture Students, Productivity
Rendering is one of the fastest growing skills in architecture and it’s not just used in a professional setting but also in academia. It’s actually a skill I avoided forRead More
Architecture Students, Tutorials
The design portfolio is probably the biggest part of architecture school. Yet it’s funny that there isn’t really many resources or tutorials on the Internet about how to put togetherRead More
Architecture Students, Portfolio
If there is anything I anticipated but was still totally unprepared for this year, it was the rate at which the pace and workload speeds up. Naturally, the first fewRead More
Architecture Students
The concept of setting fake deadlines, whether in the workplace or as a student is not uncommon and more often than none is for the kind of people that needRead More
Architecture Students
As deadlines approach, most architecture students begin to panic, stress out and procrastinate heavily but sprint planning is something that can help you avoid all of those things. Planning isRead More
Architecture Students, Productivity
The jump from BArch to studying MArch is overwhelming to say the least. If you’ve managed to have a typical ‘year out’ working in practice, you’ll be even further distancedRead More
Architecture Students
If you’re unfamiliar with calendar blocking, it’s basically a way of managing your tasks, events and lifestyle through a calendar. It’s also probably one of the most common methods ofRead More
Architecture Students, Productivity, Tutorials
Architecture briefs may seem complex and overwhelming but there is a masterful process in learning how to dissect and explore them in a way that supports the upcoming design project.Read More
Architecture Students
The most common myth of procrastinating is that people work better when they are in a time pressured situation having procrastinated previously. This is a very egotistical thing we haveRead More
Productivity
An internet personality whose popularity has been consistently growing for the past few years, Ali Abdaal has become a social media influencer known for providing tips and tricks surrounding productivity.Read More
Productivity
Students are often at an interesting point in their lives, often described as a new season or chapter. The number one thing I always tell students is that you willRead More
Productivity
So you want to get better at observational sketches? Observational sketches and quick conceptual sketching is very important in the design process; it allows you to quickly draw ideas, concepts,Read More
Architecture Students, Portfolio, Productivity
About six years ago I started working at an architecture practice as a Part 2 at a big London practice. Since then I have started and finished Part 3, workedRead More
Architecture Students, Guest Posts
Starting your third and final year of BArch at university can seem really daunting. Especially if your experience at university in the past few years has been solely virtual. IRead More
Architecture Students
Workspace Tips In the past year, have you stopped to organise, reset and clarify your digital workspace? For many of us, our computers, laptops and Zoom home screens have becomeRead More
Architecture Students, Productivity
Before I start, I might as well tell you a bit about myself first. My name is Hajar, I am Lebanese. To pursue a bachelors in interior architecture, I travelledRead More
Architecture Students
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

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