For those in architecture, downtime is a valuable thing, and when entertainment doubles as education, we say yaaaaaaaaay!! Surprisingly, a good number of romcoms are in fact also super architecturally informative, if you just pretend: Advertisements
After seeing that everyone else had a Lamy pen, 22-year old Hamish Langlear forked out $50 for one too, regardless of the fact that he has the handwriting of a four year old.
Tiny houses offer portability, low material use and a price tag the fraction of a conventional house. For twenty-four year old Michael Pitts however, there’s another benefit: his house is so small it makes his dick looks so big in comparison.
One recent female architecture graduate, Molly Fisher, believes she’s found the secret to beating the gender pay gap – not having a job.
Architecture student Norah Am felt relieved to see her year-long master’s thesis finally print, bound and submitted, only to realise that she had printed and submitted the wrong file. Instead of the final, complete thesis that she had thought she had printed, she had printed 200 pages of typos, and placeholder textboxes full of notes to …
Brutalist architecture is known for its massive, intimidating, harsh, presence. No brutalist building however, comes even close to the level of harshness of That Thing your ex Tom did. Yeah, that thing.
Oh no! You did it again! You were an absolutely horrible person the entire year and all you got for Christmas was heaps of coal. Thankfully, coal is a very versatile architectural material: 1. Use it to make graphite sketches While everyone’s using wussy clutch pencils, show everyone you mean business by sketching with a …