Author: thatARCHIstudent

What Should Architecture Students Do During Summer Break?

Here in Australia we are currently on our summer break, well those of us who didn’t do any summer school. I don’t know about you but at the start of the break, or even the shorter winter break, I think about all the stuff I want to do. I mean there is a lot that

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Calling it Quits (This is clickbait)

That’s it, I’m done, I’m calling it quits… For 2017. This year has been fairly scattered and the blog is reflective of this, so despite there still being 12 days left of 2017 I’m doing my end of year post. In past ‘end-of-year’ posts I’ve listed the top posts for the year, however I’ve only

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Is Nightingale Night School For You?

Whilst this is oddly specific and tailored to students at the Melbourne School of Design heading into Design Thesis during the second semester and Nightingale Night School happens to be an option, I’ll also try and make it broad enough to appeal to everyone. Ultimately this blog post will be about what are your interests,

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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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