Five years ago when I entered the Architecture school I never thought of just how big my thinking could be in thinking about society. By no means am I calling myself an anthropologist or anything of that nature, but I am caught in the especially prevalent ideology of the architecture student.
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Initially, I was going to name this blog "Architecture Will Kill You", but I thought better of it. Welcome to my five-year journey in undergraduate architecture school.
This blog will discuss mostly about architecture works done by Cal Poly Pomona students. However, I am also interested in blogging about other discussions. This blog will allow me to discuss the work of students with archinect.
After six years of marking off an endless list of classes, this is the end; or maybe not, since life changes unexpectedly. This is a blog about Senior Project: research, sketches, thoughts, and inspiration sources. it will be great if someone feels related to the fears, issues, but also the good outcomes that this year may bring.
Cal Poly Pomona architecture student.
First-year graduate student in the M.Arch program at Cal Poly Pomona. I have a background in philosophy with little to no studio experience. I'm here to document my three year experience at Cal Poly and hopefully provide answers to those with non-architecture backgrounds seeking to enroll in an architecture program all while showing the various non-traditional ways of engaging with the academic discipline and further exploring the intersection of theory and practice.