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Image 26 of 29 from gallery of Architecture That Can Feed You: Penda's Yin & Yang House Addresses Our Detachment With Food. Courtesy of Fernando Neyra

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It would be really helpful for me (and maybe others) if you could post about BAD architecture and design and why it is so. I can feel it when I go visit my

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How To Become An Architect - Who would ever choose to study architecture? It takes over seven years to qualify, and research suggests architecture students put in more hours per week than any of their peers. Architects must be ‘Renaissance (wo)men’ – thinkers, drafters, crafters, mathematicians, diplomats, salespeople – but content themselves with realising other people’s designs for most, or even all, of their careers.   Why, then, is architecture such a popular and competitive course? Architecture Student Portfolio, Architecture Journal, Architecture Blueprints, Architecture Design Process, Architecture Program, Architecture Drawing Sketchbooks, Architecture Concept Drawings, Study Architecture, Interior Architecture Design

How To Become An Architect - Who would ever choose to study architecture? It takes over seven years to qualify, and research suggests architecture students put in more hours per week than any of their peers. Architects must be ‘Renaissance (wo)men’ – thinkers, drafters, crafters, mathematicians, diplomats, salespeople – but content themselves with realising other people’s designs for most, or even all, of their careers. Why, then, is architecture such a popular and competitive course?

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