Architecture School Survival Guide
Oops! Forgot to include a door! Every year new architecture students make the same mistakes, forgetting the same essential elements in their studio work. This handy guide provides basic tips and hints to help students make the most of their work. Advice ranges from the practical (how to orient a building on a site) to the thought-provoking (notions of taste) to just plain fun (how to dress, or not to dress, like an architect). All accompanied by the author's witty and beautiful illustrations. The Architecture Student's Survival Guide is a life-saving and entertaining resource for any first-year student or anyone thinking about studying architecture.
By Iain Jackson
Laurence King Publishing, 2015
Hardcover, 160 pages
6.8 x 1 x 6.2 inches
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