So, today wasn’t that bad – but then again, there was nothing architecture related on the agenda.
After a lunch date and touring around the societies fair, we eventually made it to the Islamic society meet and greet. 152 more words
It’s safe to say – thing’s haven’t gotten better since yesterday.
Feeling out of place, surrounded by your peers in a workshop isn’t a nice feeling, though everyone else probably felt the same (not that I talked to most of them, bit awkward really). 320 more words
Hi, my name is Noor, and I’ve just started architecture school.
Since receiving that wonderful ‘congratulations’ message on UCAS, declaring that I had scored a place at my chosen university, things kind of went downhill from there: during my A-levels, there was a fierce enthusiasm to do architecture, which has dimmed considerably, and now it seems my interest in the field has slowly faded away. 370 more words
At the end of our Sabbatical this summer, SE and I (ES) have decided to spend 2 months in Granada, Spain. I visited the city before and was completely mesmerised by its architecture, winding alleyways and the abundance of cosy squares. 1,476 more words
This week has been a bit of a whirlwind with the deadline of the Traders CDs (see previous post) [ https://theappliedaesthetic.wordpress.com/2016/08/26/week-1-12/ ] being this Tuesday. However due to the long day on Monday, and Helix’s flex time policy – I got my Friday off! 998 more words