The workload is hours upon hours of work. Like I said, for about 5 days I was doing school work from 10am until 7am to finish 1 project. It’s pretty much manual pencil drafting (which can take days), sketching, space planning, putting together sample boards, written concepts, program booklets, rendering and research. I can’t really put everything into words, one has to be taking the program to fully understand how difficult it can get. Let’s just say it’s a lot of blood, sweat and definitely tears lol.
Honestly, I couldn’t have said it better myself! I give you props for making it so far into your program. A few of my classmates are already taking a break next semester. Wish you the best of luck in your future career :D Keep me updated on your journey! Thanks for all the encouragement.
Yes, although I’m currently only half a year in. It’s a lot of work, extremely time consuming! The last week of my semester I was up until 7am for 4 or 5 days straight doing HW. Get up around 10am, work til 7am, repeat.
Msg/reply to this and I’ll check your blog out! Thanks
Thank you! As long as you feel you’re ready to seriously commit yourself to a program for architecture/interior design, I’m sure you’ll be able to handle it if the passion is there! Also, architecture is quite different from interior design, so maybe do some research and decide which one fits you better :)
You’re too kind! Sorry about the late reply. If it’s really your passion, I say do it! By the looks of your blog (which is awesome & colourful btw, I’ve followed) you’d make a great designer. There’s so much to learn, more than you initially think though! It’s been a real eye opener for me. I hope you pursue it!