First Semester Students

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Millard House

The Alice Millard house was Frank Lloyd Wright’s first “textile-block” house. The Alice Millard house was Frank Lloyd Wright’s first “textile-block” house, the term for the architect’s way of stacking decorative concrete blocks that were knitted together like fabric. Wright saw himself as “the weaver,” knitting together concrete blocks made locally from wooden molds. يعد […]

The Eames House Of Cards

The Eames ‘House of Cards’ was a diversely creative toy which, typical of the Eames’s designs, aimed at children and adults alike. The Eames House of Cards is a deck developed in 1952 that challenges players to build interlocking structures with large cards printed on both sides with collage elements like primitive art and scientific photography. Originally […]

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Do Architecture Students Sleep?

المقال باللغتين العربية والانكليزية Cited from Architecture Student Success, The Successful Archi Student’s Podcast / By Kyle Sinko From the number of memes and stories you hear from architecture students not sleeping, one should think that architecture students don’t sleep. I want to answer the question, do architecture students sleep? Architecture students are the most sleep-deprived majors in America. It’s […]

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Who is your inspiration?

المقال باللغتين العربية والإنكليزية In our life, many people inspire us, whether it is a member of your family, a friend, a famous figure, but the question is, who has inspired you the most? I often ask myself this question, and today I will try to explain this at least from my perspective. As an […]

Can Architecture Student Work Before Graduation?

المقال باللغتين العربية والأنكليزية In our rapid lifestyle and the constant need to pay your tuition fees and to make extra money for your school supplements and software subscriptions. Architecture students find themselves in need to find a part-time job during architecture school time.  It is one of the common questions I get asked, about […]

What is Architecture?

Architecture, the art and technique of designing and building, as distinguished from the skills associated with construction. The practice of architecture is employed to fulfill both practical and expressive requirements, and thus it serves both utilitarian and aesthetic ends. Although these two ends may be distinguished, they cannot be separated, and the relative weight given […]

Will Architecture Exist in the Future?

I was once asked, what is your opinion about the future of architecture and architects. I always believed that any field with creativity measured has a bright future especially with all available technologies and the integration of profession. Architecture is changing rapidly and, in this article, I will discuss others’ opinions about the matter. The […]

Ways to make your teacher likes you

Surprisingly, only 1 in 100 students thinks about this topic. Your teacher is a human too, it is important to understand them as it can influence how much time he or she is willing to help you with your course. As a student you should get a good recommendation letters from your previous teachers, this […]

Plagiarism in Architecture

Picasso once said that good artists copy; great artists steal. This is well-known and recently over-quoted thanks to the success of Steve Jobs with Apple. It is also tragically misinterpreted. It is a tongue-in-cheek phrase that insinuates that great artists build on the work of others without anyone spotting it. The new book Copy Paste: […]

Design Software for Architect Students

Design software allows you to save time and get a more efficient workflow. Nowadays, clients expect to see more than just a concept drawing, they expect to see virtual representation with extra details. 3D modeling software can do lots of that and more. In this post, we showed some of the popular software for architecture […]

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