Advice for Architecture Student (Part – 1)

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I will be honest!!

Hello guys,

This blog is not about scaring you from the horrific things of architecture, these are some words that will give you some positive energy and try to cherish you to start focusing on this subject. Which is amazing if you look into it.

Architecture is a trade that people often don’t like too much because of the workload, assignments, sheets, and the constant reading of things, whether you have opted for a+2, a+3, or a+5 a degree program. You always have this thought that you are in the right place or not but I will say if you have already begun your education in architecture, then you are in right place. You just have to leave those negative thoughts and start giving your best, you will have amazing semesters and you will rise with flying colors. Below I have advised you on some things that you can incorporate during your architecture studies and get motivated from it.

I don’t know how to Draw

 I guess this is the most used sentence from the architecture college apart from “I don’t want to do this assignment”. We always have this thing in our mind that we can’t draw, sketch, or paint. I would say don’t think about it, these things need practice and can be learned with time. You just have to give them time, time that’s what matters in architecture.

Why these assignments are necessary

 The burden of assignment in collages is a horrifying thing, we don’t want to do this assignment because at that moment we don’t know the benefits of it. We just think why this much of assignments, we can have only 1 or 2 assignments per subject but our professors don’t think like that they know we don’t study and only these assignments can help us. I am not directly blaming ourselves here I am just giving a reason. 

Never study for marks, go for the knowledge

 There are two kinds of students in architecture college who has thoughts like this, I have to top in every subject in any case and the other one, I just have to pass this subject. From my perspective, I will say that don’t opt for any of these because in that thing we don’t learn anything. We just work like a robot who has to mug up this much of things in his mind. We will not learn anything, in the end, both of them are requesting to god make us pass this time and I will concentrate on next semester. In this process, we always waste our time.

About “Topo”

I guess this is the best and favorite solution for any architecture student to save time and complete the assignments on time. I also enjoyed this but in the end, I always had this regret inside me that I should have done that assignment and submitted it. So don’t “topo” any assignment, I know it is an easy thing but in the end, we don’t have any knowledge about it.

Never work alone on any projects/ assignments

I know we love to work alone but in architecture, we can’t work like this because architecture is about exploring things and going into depth so that we have better results and understanding. Some of us like to hide our assignments from friends, thinking they will copy them or come up with a good assignment and score good marks. But I don’t think these have any issues, we just have to convince each other and try to work together because in architecture two peoples have two different ideas and that extra idea will correct your design and will make you learn something.

Am I right here, comment down your thoughts below!!

Raju Kumar (Asst. Architect)
Raju Kumar (Asst. Architect)

Raju Kumar is a talented 5th-year undergraduate student currently pursuing a
degree in architecture. With a strong passion for both writing and architecture,
Raju brings a unique perspective to the field. Holding a diploma in architecture,
he actively seeks opportunities to enhance his skills and broaden his expertise
as an aspiring architect.

Raju Kumar (Asst. Architect)
Raju Kumar (Asst. Architect)

Raju Kumar is a talented 5th-year undergraduate student currently pursuing adegree in architecture. With a strong passion for both writing and architecture,Raju brings a unique perspective to the field. Holding a diploma in architecture,he actively seeks opportunities to enhance his skills and broaden his expertise as an aspiring architect.

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