100 Tips for Architecture Students is a very easy to read ebook with very nice illustrations written by Zean Mair-Macfarlane. This accessible tips guide cuts through the jargon and clearly explains the essentials of studying Architecture.
About 100 Tips for Architecture Students ebook
Zean Mair-Macfarlane is an architectural designer from London. After finishing his Masters degree in architecture he went on to work for Foster+Partners before starting his own practice.
During his education he realised that there was a lack of information available for architecture students, especially in terms of achieving the grades they want. So he created an ebook that helps students along their journey.
The layout of the book is simple, and the tips are honest and clear. Every student knows the importance of time, so the book is designed to be read in a matter of minutes, not days. It touches on the tips, lessons and routines that helped him achieve in his degree.
One of my ambitions was to design a book that could be read and re-read. I wanted the book to rekindle the drive and passion of students when their confidence is low. A student may also like to take the tips and place them throughout their home or workspace as a constant reminder.
– Zean Mair-Macfarlane
Finding guidance and mentorship can be difficult. 100 Tips for architecture students gives you the insight, confidence and tools to achieve your goals.
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