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    the self inverview by Jim Morrison + some whiskey

    By I am a liberal
    Mar 25, '17 4:24 AM EST

     

    Real architecture doesn't say anything, it just ticks off the possibilities and delivers us from limited ways in which we see and feel things.

    Why are you here?

    Why are you an architect?

    Why are you becoming an architect?

    Give me a break, it's 4:30am and I've drank enough whiskey to kill a horse and you'll judge me?!? Self Interview (remember). You should know I have a masters from an Ivy League institution and licensed in multiple states bruh!

    Does that make you a good architect?

    You'll say - that kid man, he's all architecture and no life - mind you I'm married a decade with two kids, they are all sleeping, relax, remember I'm an architect I don't sleep anyway.

    You'll say he's not in a bar, he's not hooking up with some shady internet dating deal, he's a looser.

    You'll say he doesn't make a lot of money, well actually I do, I'm an architect.  Wait, you don't make a lot of money? (Self Interview)

    You graduate and don't know anything other than how to be an outside the box thinker? Right?

    Construction Drawings?

    You will make money when you get your license, and why?

    THE LAW. just saying, architecture is all that it's cracked up to be, if you actually try it! 

    Are you that kind of architect?

    David Cole's threads on what you can purchase as an architect at various milestones in your career are worth considering as questions in your self interview (whiskey optional).

    Housing Affordability for an Entry-Level Intern Architect

    Housing Affordability for a Mid-Career Architect

    Housing Options for a Managing Principal



     
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