Failure Leads to Success / Weird is Bankable

I got my results back for my Masters on Monday. The great news is that I can now say that I am a Master of Architecture (Professional), fully qualified to go and learn how to be an architect (wait, didn’t I already do that? Haha, nope. Three more years of professional work, dude. THREE MORE…

An EPIC Update

Hello, my lovely little readers, I’m back! With the most epic of updates just for you xoxo Yes, I know, I’m sorry for not posting since Christmas. I’m sorry I didn’t let anyone know where I was and what I was up to, but I figure you would work out that it was due to…

Obsessions

GREETINGS FRIENDS!! Oh man. So, this week has been fairly exhausting. I don’t know if anyone is interested, but at university this week I did the following things: started laying out my thesis document, started drawing graphics of the wall that I built, had a very important meeting and wrote my abstract, preface, acknowledgements and…

Thinking ‘Bout the Future

Recently I have found the thought of working on my thesis so exceptionally overwhelming that I’ve barely touched it. Any of it. I have been unmotivated, grumpy and just plain stressed. For the past couple of weeks I have been trying to pinpoint why all of a sudden I have lost my drive. I am…

Melbourne Y’all

Hello lovelies! So, Melbourne was exceptional and I miss it so much already, especially the food. I think I have some serious post-holiday blues going on judging from the amount of time I have spent sitting in my room watching Orphan Black and eating healthy-ish chocolate treats… Take me back!! The “serious” part of the…

HEY, I’M ALIVE!

HELLO WORLD! Apologies for the radio silence here this week. I just had the most tumultuous and stress filled week and I didn’t have the energy or emotional capacity to write. Plus, I was super, duper busy. Life. Skip down a few paragraphs if you want to ignore my self-absorbed whinging. I understand. Architecture is…

Thoughts During A Design Critique

At architecture school we have a long history of presenting our designs in front of panels of terrifying architects, tutors and students, using made up words that we don’t even understand. If you walked in on one you’d see a bunch of half dead zombies staring into space with a teary eyed students getting ripped…