外围体育投注This kind of makes sense now that we know what it's called. We all go into architecture school thinking we know what we want to do and the majority of us come out following our Desire Path and doing something completely different! Sometimes these different paths are still architecture related but sometimes they aren't and that's perfectly okay!
Every year around this time, people are unsure whether or not architecture is for them and they all ask the same questions. The right questions actually! The problem is that everyone has their own experience and their own answer. What I say is, don't be afraid to try. The worst thing that happens is you pick up some great design skills along the way which allow you to leap into any design field!
I hope this helps you out when deciding to start architecture school or not and you pick this journey and follow a similar path that I think a lot of us are proud about taking 😅 If you've read it this far, I'm thinking of hosting an online architecture student orientation. Connect and chat with other incoming students and ask me and other architecture school wizards what life was like and what you can expect from school! Leave a comment below if you're interested and I'll reach out!
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Hi! I'm incoming (frustrated) freshman of arki. I like architecture like it was my most fitted area, sort of passion I guess. But based from books I've read "passion won't make u happy at the end" Like bloody hell. So I asked myself, 'what do I really want in my life'. And it falls into two answers, 1. Is money 2. Is Happiness and energy. But at the age of we got older, we tend to choose two over one.
So I want to asked, do architects on actual field of working do have a time on themselves? Or just work and earn, work and earn cycle. Like kinda tiring. Is architecture after degree, on actual field of construction, doesn't require to put most of their energy? Yeah I knew, every work requires energy and there's no goddamn easy job on earth if u want to earn a good money. But what I telling is, the freedom and not a burden as u continue it.