You have dreams about being an architect?
You need to read the below points in order to be a successful architect. There are many tips which can help you to be a good architecture student, do not miss any of them.
You might think being an architect is very prestigious, think twice about that
Here are the common mistakes made by many architecture students:
- Choosing the wrong field
You might think it’s cool to secure an architect job, but the fact is that you need to have passion and enjoy playing with colors, forms, and lines.
- Wasting time
You must always insure to have the best design idea; however, wasting too much time might result in a hurried, last-minute submission of flimsy projects
- Weak designs
Focus on complex compositions, be imaginative and innovative. Do not expect a good mark if you submit a poor and cheesy work. Producing a well-balanced design is always challenging, but it can be obtained by giving attention to you design.
Turn your weakness into strengths. Practice always makes perfect, learn to use distracting mechanisms by flaunting your own strengths.
- Development over time
It is what the examiners usually want, do not send negative signs by producing undeveloped work.
- Restarting your work
Many students have the habit to abandon the old work and start over. Notice that what seem “weak” to you might end up to be amazing design. Do not fall into the trap.
- Copying others
Committing plagiarism is one of the gravest mistakes. It only shows that you are not qualified and the lack of originality and interest
- Visual level
Architects should have an excellent, refined presentation. You should show your commitment and reflect how organized your work is.
It is one of the most common mistakes among architecture students. Many highly skillful students tend to procrastinate and delay their work, planning the process of your design is essential.
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