Author: thatARCHIstudent

11 Instagrammers Architecture Students Should Follow

I love Instagram, there I said it. I manage four accounts, three of which are themed/based around architecture. I genuinely believe architecture students should be using Instagram as a way to brand/market themselves, but that’s a post for another time. Back in early 2015 I wrote a post “are you on the Instagram?” which explained

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Why Instagram?

I’m starting a new little series here on the blog, Instagram for Architecture Students. I thought of this while I was putting together the “11 Instagrammers Architecture Students Should Follow” post, and I thought before I publish that article I should begin this series with a simple question, why Instagram? Why should you, an architecture

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Getting to Auroville – That Week in Auroville Part 1

I’ve mentioned in passing about the time spent in Auroville for last semester’s design studio, but I haven’t really sat down and wrote about the whole experience. I thought I’d do a little blog series about that week in April, which my feelings have shifted slightly since immediately returning. I won’t give you a history

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Architecture by Anthony

It’s been a few more months since my last post, and I’ve been really terrible with posting here. I wanted to do a quick post to mention something that you may not be aware, but I’ve started a new thing, Architecture by Anthony. At the moment it exists as a YouTube channel and Instagram account,

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Part of the territory? Reflections of a Recent Graduate

This is a guest post, I was approached by this graduate (who will remain anonymous) to share their experiences working at this firm, as it’s a story that needed to be told. I’m unsure about the appropriateness of my writing this piece, mostly due to possible negative repercussions for future career prospects. But my conscious

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Where Am I Now?

It’s been 42 days since I wrote the sentence “Or maybe I need to take a few more steps back and think ‘Should I do something else?’” on a blog post explaining my situation at the time. If you haven’t read it, a brief summary is I lost all motivation for architecture, and not just

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