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My Architecture Year Out Experience During The Pandemic The first time I heard about the official term “year out” was during my third year of architecture. At that point, I had a vague idea of what I wanted to do after I graduated. Start working, save some money, finally have my weekends to myself then startContinue reading

The REAL budget needed to study architecture in London If you are currently applying for an architecture course in London you probably also will be applying for student finance and maintenance loan. Studying from home may have significantly reduced students spending but we have to take into account the very likely scenario of you havingContinue reading

Improve Your Rhino Workflow With These 5 Commands Rhino has been the main software I use for my design work for years. Main reason is the use of open source plug-in features that increase creative possibilities. Nevertheless, improving workflow can decrease the chances of a crash and help efficiency. Isolate The command isolate does asContinue reading

Hardscape Accolade For 0Zone Thrilled and honoured to have received an accolade reward from Hardscape from the recent project 0Zone which demonstrates a new proposal for high streets and squares. The drive for this project was to work with materials that are sustainable and give a simple solution to a problem that rose as aContinue reading

How Covid-19 is Changing Landscape Design The new way of living is shifting the way we move from our home to work, school, shops, or restaurants. Lockdown measures have forced people to use outdoor parks, squares, and high streets more often after the government closed doors to businesses and offices. Subsequently, we saw pollution levelsContinue reading

Why I Think It’s Important To Do Things Outside Architecture Since going on lockdown I have realised how important it is to have multiple hobbies in your life. Too many times I’ve seen people fall to their doom because they had all their eggs in one basket, relying on one job to support their living — andContinue reading

Things I Learned Working In A Small Architecture Practice If you’re someone who is thinking about the size of company you want to work in or just purely curious about the type of things to expect, you’re at the right place. I happen to spend 6 months during my university studies working alongside a smallContinue reading

Ways An Architecture Student Can Earn Money Perhaps you’re looking to maximise your portfolio and earn some money in the career path you chose. Here are ways that I’ve seen or done myself to earn money whilst studying architecture. Working At Your University/College This might seem like an obvious statement, but universities or colleges moreContinue reading

Should I buy a Mac for Architecture?  — Here Is My Insight Choosing the right machine to work with for those starting architecture school is a huge commitment for students as laptops can be expensive. You want to find the balance, one that will take on the tons memory space of drawings and graphics needed toContinue reading

11 Things I Wish I Knew as an Architecture Student There are things I wish someone told me which could have allowed me to be more efficient, get over difficulties faster, get more work done, avoid wasting time, and help me produce better work. So if you’re an architecture student, hopefully, you can take someContinue reading


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