Architecture Student Tries To Hold Life Together With A Bulldog Clip
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Architecture Student Tries To Hold Life Together With A Bulldog Clip

Despite the best efforts of fifth year student Sheryl Lau, her attempts at holding her life together using a 25mm foldback bulldog clip are failing. Although Lau only has a few responsibilities and lives a pretty cruisy life, her general ineptitude and crippling laziness makes the most basic of tasks alongside a demanding Master’s degree … Continue reading

This Rubbish Skip Voted Best Place To Study Architecture
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This Rubbish Skip Voted Best Place To Study Architecture

A rubbish skip has been voted the best place to study architecture, beating contenders such as The AA, The Bartlett and Victoria University of Wellington. A questionnaire surveyed over 9000 architecture students across 45 different countries, with questions covering academic resources, studio culture and mental health. 95% of the responses were overwhelmingly in support of the rubbish skip instead … Continue reading

Absolute Nerd Actually Doing Work In Studio
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Absolute Nerd Actually Doing Work In Studio

Architecture student Timothy Greenberg shocked and disgusted his studiomates yesterday by actually doing work, several sources confirm. In an unprecendented move, Greenberg was seen starting a new CAD  file, reading journal articles, and stringing thread around nails for a model. Caley Fowler, who was sitting near Greenberg and respectfully using her time in the studio … Continue reading

Third-Year Student Finally Finds Her Voice As A Designer – A Croaky “Agghblargghhhaaaagrhhggaagggah”
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Third-Year Student Finally Finds Her Voice As A Designer – A Croaky “Agghblargghhhaaaagrhhggaagggah”

    Dublin, Ireland – In the last few weeks of her undergraduate degree, 22-year old architecture student Irene Poilt believes she has finally discovered what her voice is as a designer: a croaky “agghblargghhhaaaagrhhggaagggah”. When Bespokey visited Poilt in her tastefully cluttered flat, she was in the midsts of her final design project, fashionably sporting a … Continue reading

First-Year’s Favourite Architect is Le Corbusier
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First-Year’s Favourite Architect is Le Corbusier

Melbourne, Australia – Clutching his Moleskine and Lamy fountain pen, both unused, first year architecture student Cameron Smith happily told Bespokey that his favourite architect is “for sure” Le Corbusier. “Yeah his stuff is just really cool you know. Like the Villa Savoye, wow, nice straight lines, cool columns, pretty sick stuff. He’s def a big … Continue reading