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  • Terec the tec
    Terec the tec 46 minutes ago

    Great video as always. Can you make a video about the importance of sketching in architecture? I feel that there's many people out there (including me) that are on the fence about architecture because they dont know how to draw

  • Michael Nwosu
    Michael Nwosu 3 hours ago

    I remember designing a building where the G.F (ground floor) don't touch the First floor Lol I can remember the verbal attacks Lol I felt as if the ground should just open up and swallow me Lolz

  • Michael Nwosu
    Michael Nwosu 3 hours ago

    I remember the wind carrying off my model on my way to defence

  • Kenza Smouni
    Kenza Smouni 4 hours ago

    I just started my first classes common!

  • Carlos Ruiz-Duran
    Carlos Ruiz-Duran 5 hours ago

    Hey Mooch, I am a new subscriber! I’m slowly taking an interest in becoming an architect. I would like to request you make a video on how to become one. I would like to hear about the process during architect school and how you land a job after it. I’m asking because I want to ask help from someone who has been where I want to go. I’d really appreciate the information! Thank you!

  • utub
    utub 7 hours ago

    Would you say Architecture is a poor path to follow if you wish to have a family in your future?

  • Ghous Ahmad
    Ghous Ahmad 7 hours ago

    Im in the final year of architecture! things you have mentioned are true but here's the golden words, during your semester design project, " Listen to everyone but do what you like to do ". My designs were changed a lot by my teachers, I changed only to show them that I've done my work but in the end I display the design based on my decisions and the juror panel always liked that lol (Pardon for any grammatical mistake)

  • Shehzil Suhail
    Shehzil Suhail 9 hours ago

    R u an architect? ....coz your video was quiet much a reflection of full of experiences...by the way the video was good...for all who want to opt for it in future ..I have also chosen this field for me ... right now completing a levels .. thank u for taking out time and helping others understand this profession.....

  • AudiChoiron
    AudiChoiron 10 hours ago

    awesome! you need more views and subscriber mooch

  • Jash Bhalodia
    Jash Bhalodia 12 hours ago

    The same story of Indian architects too, probably the difference is that we don't need to give exam for a license for practice in city. we get license for practicing by the experience certificate provided by the lead architect, under whom we are doing an internship or job.

  • John Kellett
    John Kellett 13 hours ago

    The best ‘pro’? Solving a problem that a non-architect who thinks they can design buildings says is impossible to resolve :-)

  • John Kellett
    John Kellett 13 hours ago

    Some good advice. I sometimes wish I’d followed similar advice 40 years ago but then realise the best advice is to be you. Not do what somebody else thinks would be good for you to do.

  • Caleb Morici
    Caleb Morici 23 hours ago

    I’m an architectural student myself and this is 100% the truth!

  • Ghina Sawan
    Ghina Sawan Day ago

    Hello. I'm planning on studying Architecture next year and I was very hesitant about it but thanks to you, now I'm sure that I'll like it and enjoy it even though it has it's ups and downs.. However, I am not that good at drawing nor good at sketching and designing so idk if it's going to be an obstacle. Btw, do architects study subjects like math and physics or what? thank you

  • Makrhor
    Makrhor Day ago

    you really help me

  • January’s Son

    “My client doesn’t need a bathroom. He says he’ll use the back yard”. LOL

  • fanelo hlophe
    fanelo hlophe Day ago

    648

  • John Kellett
    John Kellett Day ago

    Why write as a tool “laptop(not Mac)”? All the good BIM and CAD software runs on Apple computers natively. Shows a bias that doesn’t make you look good.

    • John Kellett
      John Kellett Day ago

      Mooch, but that’s the point Windows cannot run all CAD and BIM software well :-)

    • Mooch
      Mooch Day ago

      @John Kellett listen, I appreciate your enthusiasm over the topic. I am not one to argue over makes and model; I am happy that so many exist and we all have the choice to pick between them. That being said, my opinion still remains the same (at least for now). That opinion is that I would not advise a student to purchase a tool that will be hindered due to compatibility issues when they can simply purchase a system with an OS that can handle ALL architecture software. But again, this just an opinion, and I would never coerce anyone into purchasing something based on make, model, color, size, etc...

    • John Kellett
      John Kellett Day ago

      Mooch , read my post again GOOD CAD and BIM software runs on Apple computers: ArchiCAD, Sketchup, Vectorworks, etc even AutoCrap. Do suggest students don’t use Apple Computers, with REALLY good graphics, JUST because one or two don’t shows bias.

    • Mooch
      Mooch Day ago

      Revit, one of the most popular architecture CAD software's, both in school and professionally, does not run on Mac natively. That alone is a HUGE issue. I believe 3DS Max does not have support either. I would avoid honestly. But that's up to you!

  • Greta J.
    Greta J. Day ago

    I study architecture in finland and yet this is super accurate. Not including the extreme financial stress though

  • Dakkogi Raoru
    Dakkogi Raoru Day ago

    Is there any info on how neo-vernacularists are treated in class?

  • Angela Klein
    Angela Klein Day ago

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  • 44GTmustang
    44GTmustang 2 days ago

    Do not, I repeat DO NOT go into significant student debt to pursue this career. I’m 3 years in the profession and currently taking my AREs now. Life is however on hold because I’m paying student loans and dealing with low pay in this field.

    • 44GTmustang
      44GTmustang Day ago

      I guess "low" is relative. For the cost of architecture school, salaries should be more in line with engineers salaries. Without paying for school loans, the pay is just fine. Most of my classmates were from well off families. I only advise against it if you go into significant debt to attain the degree. I love what i do, but now it's a race to get licensed and attain a higher salary to offset the monthly cost of loans.

    • Mooch
      Mooch 2 days ago

      Hey man, sorry to hear that. You have to find another firm. You should not be getting "low pay", if firms in your area pay low, you have to move or specialize to get a pay raise. There is no reason your life should be on hold.

  • King Coke AQUA
    King Coke AQUA 2 days ago

    ok are you an architect ?? or a frustrated one ?? just asking because there is a big difference between an architect and architectural student, anyhow getting a higher education is expensive. just saying.

    • Mooch
      Mooch Day ago

      Haha, thanks for watching out for me :D but I enjoy making these video where I talk about topics involving architecture in a way I would have liked to watch when I was in school. A lot of people seem to enjoy them. See you soon !

    • King Coke AQUA
      King Coke AQUA Day ago

      @Mooch ok nice to know. i understand your side in the equation, however you don't need to worry about people getting into the trade haha there's only probably half a person per ten million who would actually have the courage to enrol and have the necessary talent, skill and politics to be an architect and let alone be a registered architect who passes the professional board of exams

    • Mooch
      Mooch 2 days ago

      Hey! I finished school, got my Master in architecture, and have been working in the field for almost 4 years now. I'm not frustrated at all, quite the opposite actually :D

  • Nkonzo Dladla
    Nkonzo Dladla 2 days ago

    You're videos are awesome. I'm 17 years old and I'm in highschool, you have inspired me so much, thank you

  • Kwiho
    Kwiho 2 days ago

    Can list down some good podcast please

  • Fabian Van Der Elst

    I dropped out of architecture after one year and failing miserably. Now I'm having hard time getting a job because I don't have a diploma :/ I want to do something with music, but I don't know what or how... I don't know if I should do something with architecture anyways... Any tips?

  • ammar .9
    ammar .9 2 days ago

    Im an architect student and I want to buy hp omen with rtx 2060 6gb I know its good for architecture but what about video editing 1080,or 4k and photoshop how about color and the performance is it good enough?

  • Tynapa y
    Tynapa y 2 days ago

    I wish this existed a two years ago

  • Alabaster
    Alabaster 2 days ago

    I’m a freshman at The University it Georgia majoring in civil engineering as the college doesn’t offer architecture. I’ve been considering transferring to Georgia Tech to follow architecture, which has been my passion for as long as I can remember. This video has really helped me in my decision. Thanks!

  • haha yes
    haha yes 2 days ago

    Just wanted to say thank you for educating me on what its like to be an architect I really appreciate it

  • SuperGalaxyBoyRainA

    My friends sub count future data are inaccurate and who small channel can earn 24 subscribers and 42 in 2 month when he had least then 20 and least then 40 it seem fake i can get over 82 subscribers in under 2 month btw

    • Mooch
      Mooch 2 days ago

      I've noticed that it's inaccurate at first but once you start getting a few per subs per day, it becomes really accurate.

  • Lucas Emerson
    Lucas Emerson 2 days ago

    A lot of my classmates just cares about the money they can problaby get and they just make the enough to pass the subjects, and sometimes they say to me that "I CARE TO MUCH" but in my opinion an architect never cares to much because his job it's care for things other people don't want to ,and i think the only way you'll have a chance to become a great architect it's caring for people for your job your responsabilities and try to do the best you can to create good experiences ,and not just care about ordinary things because that anyone can do because being an architect it's not being anyone. 😌😌😌

  • Max Chia
    Max Chia 3 days ago

    What app did you used for this design and what would you recommend?

    • Mooch
      Mooch 3 days ago

      I used the program "Revit" and in later videos I made the rendered videos using Lumion :)

  • Emma Corr
    Emma Corr 3 days ago

    I've just uploaded: *A day in the life of an Architect* Would love for you to check it out and let me know what you think! Your channel inspires me so much + it's been so much fun filming my working life! Big <3 From The UK! Emma

  • Anindita Chatterjee

    Can you make tutorial videos on how to use sketchup or something else??

    • Mooch
      Mooch 3 days ago

      Hey! I'm actually working on a tutorial for Revit now. It will be a class that teaches you Revit without you having to know a single thing about it. It will not be on TVclip, but I will let you all know what the link is when I finish within the next month or so.

  • Urvashi Sharma
    Urvashi Sharma 3 days ago

    Hey... I'm currently pursuing Architecture... and even though you mentioned that in the course of time we do make friends...but in my case, my college and studio environment is pretty competitive in a toxic manner... which greatly affects me and my progress towards the design problem I tackle... is there any way I can make things less toxic?

    • Urvashi Sharma
      Urvashi Sharma 2 days ago

      @Mooch Thank you so much! This really helped me a lot! I would update you if my environment becomes a healthy and a positive work space! Once again thank you so much

    • Mooch
      Mooch 3 days ago

      Hey! Sorry to hear that your peers don't help create the best environment. You can't change how they act, but you definitely can change the way you perceive their actions. Something I used to do when I was around someone who was overly competitive (in an obnoxious way) I would help them lower their guard by talking about their projects or about their day in general. A lot of times when people are too competitive, it can be because they lack the confidence in themselves and feel the have to prove that their project is the best. By you showing them that you are not interested in competition, but instead want to just chat with them, they are less likely to be so hostile around you. In other words, competition is good, but if those around you take it too seriously, focus on other subjects when you are around them.

  • alison norcross
    alison norcross 3 days ago

    No money needs contacts just because you are talented doesn't mean anything. Takes too long to finish. Eats into your biological clock if your a girl. Long hours. You don't really need the qualification.

  • DER_ LU
    DER_ LU 3 days ago

    Just from this video alone I know that your Channel is going to explode in the next few weeks so i'm going to say this right. I absolutely love Your channel. I live in Germany and i am currently in Design school but after that I want you become an architect This video absolutely help me to decide my career path. Now i'm gonna go on and watch all of your Videos 👌🏻 I hope to see more Videos in the future 💪🔥

    • Mooch
      Mooch 3 days ago

      Hey! Thanks for saying that; that's really cool of you! I'm glad that you enjoyed this video and that you have chosen architecture as your career. Remember to continue learning and asking questions; don't ever base your actions of one other person's opinions!

  • iadtag
    iadtag 3 days ago

    I miss school

    • iadtag
      iadtag 2 days ago

      Mooch , maybe because in school it is quick and and easy, whereas in actual you have to deal with so many factors like the controlling the quality of the workmanship. Extra stressful when you’re an introvert and have to handle people. Im kind of an apprentice, fresh grad, in a small design-and-build firm, I coordinate subcontractors and sometimes handle design. Perhaps it’s just in my country, Philippines, where skilled and passionate workers are few and come at high cost.

    • Mooch
      Mooch 3 days ago

      How come? Are you at a firm now ? What is that like?

  • dwight dela cruz
    dwight dela cruz 3 days ago

    A proud architect here! I kinda watch videos like this to motivate myself everyday.

    • Mooch
      Mooch 3 days ago

      Hey! Really cool to have you leave a comment here. Glad you enjoyed the video; I wish you lot's of positive vibes on your journey!

  • Henry Asokan
    Henry Asokan 3 days ago

    dude, 2.02 minutes in and im like, thats actually me

    • Mooch
      Mooch 3 days ago

      Haha, crazy, isn't it....

  • Victoria Gonzalez Caro

    Same...

    • Mooch
      Mooch 3 days ago

      What part 🤔?

  • manny
    manny 3 days ago

    How is this the downside of architecture.This is the regular life of an architect students or when you graduate. Architecture is fun. If you like it good, if not, then find something you are passionate about. I've been through all nighters, jury's critiquing, bad designs, good designs, etc. It's normal. But is my passion, I love it.

    • Mooch
      Mooch 3 days ago

      @manny haha! I mean you could....🤣

    • manny
      manny 3 days ago

      @Mooch not being able to get married 🤣😂

    • Mooch
      Mooch 3 days ago

      Some people would consider these "cons". What are some things you would consider cons? Cheers :D!

  • Arthur Pasiolan
    Arthur Pasiolan 3 days ago

    what application you used to make those floor plan?

    • Mooch
      Mooch 3 days ago

      I made the whole model on Revit.

  • Vertigold
    Vertigold 3 days ago

    You're video and advice are absolutely amazing. I always found Architecture School very de-motivating towards this field and I'm glad we're on a similar page. Thank you for this and I'll definitely send this out to more people 👍

    • Mooch
      Mooch 3 days ago

      Hey! Thanks for the compliment; it honestly means a lot. Thanks leaving your opinion as well! When I was in school, a lot of professors (not all) would constantly make it seem like only 1 in a million would find success as an architect. Not true at all; especially since there are so many routes available to take within the career! It is tough, I'll give you that, but if you have positive mentality, you'll go places.

  • Micaiah masaba
    Micaiah masaba 3 days ago

    Will you do more projects?

    • Mooch
      Mooch 3 days ago

      Hmmm, like what?

  • Pietro Magnifico
    Pietro Magnifico 4 days ago

    Hope in a reply :) i have seen the video of the downsides of beeing an architet. Ive noticed that in one sketch you wright (not Mac) and in this video you are not suggesting a Mac. Is there a reason? Thank you and have a nice day :)

    • Mooch
      Mooch 3 days ago

      I'm a day late, but here's the reply 😅! First of all, thanks for watching. As for your question: I advice against getting a Mac for 2 reasons : 1) Most tutorials will be based on the windows version (some architecture programs have different layouts in different operating systems). This means it's always easier to find solutions to your problems if you have a windows computer. 2) Architecture programs tend to be compatible with Windows only. Some can run on Mac but some will not. A few friends of mine at school had Macs and they had to install boot camp and parallels but it was just a huge nightmare for them.

  • Sweet Cream Puff
    Sweet Cream Puff 4 days ago

    Hi there, I'm new here. Your videos are so good and I specially love your passion for your job. You really must be a great architect! It's not much related to the video, but I'd like to ask something. I don't know much about each job, but I appreciate the interior, furnitures more than the buildings. Should I go for a Design course (bacharelor degree)? Or, I don't know if in other countries exists, but here, in Brazil, there's a kind of high education course that is more than an High School, but less than a Bacharelor Degree. It lasts only two years (and there's a Interior Design course) I wanted to look for a job in a foreign country in the future, so I would like to know which kind course would be more suitable. Also, how is the acceptance of these professionals as architects can do all this job? Thank you in advance!

    • Mooch
      Mooch 3 days ago

      Hey! Welcome to the channel! I don't know the answer to your question and I REALLY don't want to steer you in the wrong path. Here is my advice though. Find out what country you would like to work in and then go on Reddit and talk to architects and interior designers from that country. Ask them what is needed in their country to become a practicing architect. You could also contact schools from those countries and ask them. The reason I say that is because here in the United States, If you wan't to become a licensed architect, you have to first received a degree from an accredited school, then take your ARE exams which are processed by NCARB. If you want to work in the US in the future I suggest you reach out to NCARB. Hope that helps a little bit!

  • Blake Lewis
    Blake Lewis 4 days ago

    I have a question is it even Viable to make older looking buildings anymore such as Gothic

    • Blake Lewis
      Blake Lewis 2 days ago

      Mooch Thank you

    • Mooch
      Mooch 3 days ago

      Hmmm... It depends what you mean by viable. If you mean cost effective? The answer is no. Buildings have their typologies based on the era's culture and physical limitations of building technology at the time. Today, at least here in the US, we want buildings to be made FASTER and CHEAPER. Architectural styles like Gothic, as you mentioned, require a lot of detail and structural techniques that take longer, are more expensive, or require more material. That's a no-go (unfortunately!) Now, there are a few examples where you would see Gothic architecture being built : 1) A building designed using Gothic (Revival) techniques 2) A client is facinated with Gothic and decides they want to absorb the expense 3) Remodeling 4) Fake Design (The structure is all steel, the facade is Gothic) - Something you would see in Disney World lol! 5) Local laws/ building code requires you to respect the vernacular. Hope that helps!

  • Enruchii David
    Enruchii David 4 days ago

    Thanks. Hey bro how about HP elite book folio 9470m

  • Wenico Esternon Resiñada

    Im a 2nd yr architect and i miss my old days were i could drink and hang out with my friends

    • Mooch
      Mooch 3 days ago

      It's all about the time management. Trust me, you can do it ✌🍻

  • Rozen Moraga
    Rozen Moraga 4 days ago

    In short.... no social life rip....

    • Mooch
      Mooch 3 days ago

      Not necessarily. Focus on managing your time and you'll have a great social life!

  • Jeff_ D
    Jeff_ D 4 days ago

    I’m not even in the legal age to work but I clicked anyways.

    • Jeff_ D
      Jeff_ D 3 days ago

      Thanks

    • Mooch
      Mooch 3 days ago

      haha! It's good to start looking into what calls your attention and learn as much now so that when you ARE of legal age, you'll be super informed. Good luck buddy!

  • Tash Uqayl
    Tash Uqayl 4 days ago

    hey mooch, do you need +Maths to be an architect or is Maths just enough? + what else do you need to achieve to be able to pursue architecture? what are the certain grade boundaries do we have to surpass in selected subjects dedicated to architecture?

    • Mooch
      Mooch 3 days ago

      Hey! yes you do need math but you don't need to be a genius lol. I was horrible at math (still kind of am) but I survived!

  • loomoo500
    loomoo500 4 days ago

    This just sounds like any path in creative life.... or just life in general.

  • ar khan
    ar khan 4 days ago

    why am i looking at this video i graduated 1 year ago :D but the main thing is i love his sketching .. anyone else in here who love his sketching

    • ar khan
      ar khan Day ago

      yeah but now waiting for the frustrating 6 figure salary which is not possible for us. LOL

    • Mooch
      Mooch 3 days ago

      Me me me! lol. You graduated as an architecture major?

  • HazaQuiroz
    HazaQuiroz 5 days ago

    That's the Soumaya museum in Polanco, Mexico City, in the thumbnail!

    • Mooch
      Mooch 3 days ago

      Yes! Have you been?

  • Bryson Leonard
    Bryson Leonard 5 days ago

    Great video, I’m gonna be graduating from high school and want to do architecture. My question is that should one try to get more real world experience in college? So alot more interships, etc.

    • Mooch
      Mooch 3 days ago

      GREAT question. Not so easy to answer though :[ Like everything, there are pros and cons to your question. Here goes a (small) list :] Getting experience while going to school : PROS: 1) You will learn A LOT - You will especially learn what you won't in school : what architecture REALLY is like 2) What you learn at the internship will help you in school. 3)What you learn in school will help you at work - It will be easier to remember things you learned at school cause you can apply them at work sometimes. 4) You will start networking with real architects early 5) You will have more people around you who can offer advice for school work 6) You can make money from it! 7) In the US - You'll start accumulating hours for your ARE (License exams) early! CONS: 1) You will have less time to do school work 2) There is a risk that you'll try to make your school projects more "realistic" and you'll lose the opportunity to express and explore your creativity 3) You might be overwhelmed by architecture. You'll be surrounded by architecture basically 24/7 4) If you're not organized you'll fail at school AND work. NOT good. These are some pros and cons, not all (and they are opinions :D) Personally, I worked will at school. It was good cause I made money, I made sure to tell my boss I couldn't EVER stay late - he understood, and It helped me a lot when making plans. I don't regret it at all. I think it's a good idea for students to do a few months a year at an office at least.

  • Simon Gardier
    Simon Gardier 5 days ago

    i can't believe that you have only 6k subscribers, im watching the borning of a big channel, damn.

    • Simon Gardier
      Simon Gardier 2 days ago

      (Im in my first year of University in architecture, i come from Belgium, in the city of Liège) your video's are really usefull 😁

    • Mooch
      Mooch 3 days ago

      Hey! That's really nice of you to say - i really appreciate it!

  • Miles Lim
    Miles Lim 5 days ago

    Sucky sucky

  • Sergio Vázquez
    Sergio Vázquez 5 days ago

    The video should’ve been called : “The Cons of being and Architecture Student”

  • Ziebert Rigg Pestaño

    In other countries, like mine... some don't study architecture to practice it. It's killing the profession.

  • APO Gang
    APO Gang 6 days ago

    Hey Mooch ! I really appreciate your work, thank you for all the information you are providing ! In this video, you are saying that your past jobs were repetitive, so I am wondering if you studied architecture in the university ? If not, how did you become an architect whereas you didn't study for it ? I hope to have an answer, it will help me a lot !

    • Mooch
      Mooch 6 days ago

      @APO Gang No, I started studying at 18, right on time. But I've had to work since I was 16 while going to school because my parents weren't able to afford my school.

    • APO Gang
      APO Gang 6 days ago

      @Mooch Thanks for your answer ? So you started studying architecture a bit "late" ? It wasn't a problem for you or for the university ?

    • Mooch
      Mooch 6 days ago

      Hey! You're welcome. I'm glad that you're enjoying the videos. I graduated and recieved a Masters Degree in architecture. The past jobs I'm refering to is when I was 16-23, I had jobs at places like banks and insurance agencies and they were non-creative and repetitive.

  • HENG YU HEN XIV
    HENG YU HEN XIV 6 days ago

    The time is 02:40 in the morning, and i m in my studio with my all nighter gang, now on the way towards the vending machine for redbull and coffee.

    • HENG YU HEN XIV
      HENG YU HEN XIV 4 days ago

      Will do sir. The video itself is like another dose of morphine( ina good way), reminding us the goood of architecture, temporary forgetting the pain

    • Mooch
      Mooch 6 days ago

      Really?! That's cool! Tell the gang I say wassup. Good luck to all of you!

  • Issa Astrom
    Issa Astrom 6 days ago

    I'm considering studying architecture, since it is something I am quite passionate about. But I am worried about the level of stress and workload because I had a burnout two years ago (because of school). I suffer from panic attacks and depression, when there's too much pressure. To anyone who relates to this: is it still possible to study architecture, do you think? Thankful for answers!

  • Afsana Hayaru
    Afsana Hayaru 6 days ago

    Bcz, being an architect means being anything that comes up with art. No byhearting... No eqns and formulas to mug up.... 💕

  • Afsana Hayaru
    Afsana Hayaru 6 days ago

    Bcz, being an architect means being anything that comes up with art. No byhearting... No eqns and formulas to mug up.... 💕

  • Go Jake
    Go Jake 6 days ago

    Yeah I'm in 6th grade, but I'm, really into being a architect!

  • M.I
    M.I 6 days ago

    1:07 "I really wasn’t too good at anything to tell you the truth.” relatable

  • Ella May Belatcha
    Ella May Belatcha 6 days ago

    I'm in my second year and i can say that i manage my time more efficient , its fun that i can think outside the box and what i love is rendering and creatingg.

  • Samantha H.
    Samantha H. 6 days ago

    I recently started my second year at my school of Architecture- and boy do I love it. This semester, even though we're still using more traditional tools, we're being given more freedom of our designs, which is refreshing. We're being given realistic problems to work through, and I've noticed that I've been gaining confidence in myself as well! I always get nervous that maybe I've picked the wrong profession when things get hard, or if I'm not meeting my high standards, but then I remember how fun it is, and the rewards that will come after the hard times, and then things are better. These videos are really helpful to my mental state, so thank you!

  • Ardee Langres
    Ardee Langres 6 days ago

    Thanks

  • Martin H.
    Martin H. 6 days ago

    How long would an asus vivobook last?

    • HeyIm Jols
      HeyIm Jols 6 days ago

      All laptops last only 5-8 yrs depending on specs and how u handle it. Laptops are disposable like what my prof said and Theres no such thing as a perfect gadget.

  • AJ CoolKid2006
    AJ CoolKid2006 7 days ago

    Hi, so im 13 and in 7th Grade! I love designing and inventing! Mostly like buildings or even just characters! Im good at math and yeah... Do you think architecture is a good career for me?

    • Ker Shal
      Ker Shal 6 days ago

      AJ CoolKid2006 Ur obviously a minecraft fan boy

  • ThatBoredGuy
    ThatBoredGuy 7 days ago

    why is baroque architecture so ignored?

    • ThatBoredGuy
      ThatBoredGuy 7 days ago

      @Mooch i also feel overwhelmed when entering baroque building ( it almost feels like a church or cathedral) but i think that the exterior looks amazing! it makes scenary look beautiful and it could be incorporated with some modern details

    • Mooch
      Mooch 7 days ago

      This is a great question! I've never thought about this before. I can give you my opinion and then I'll look into it to see if I can get more information. My opinion: what makes Baroque Architecture stand out so much is the aesthetic composition of the highly adorned spaces. When you walk into a Baroque building, you'll immediately be greeted by the vast amount of decorations. I think it's wonderful to experience but that's it. It doesn't do anything else for me. I guess the history of each building and why it was adorned that way is interesting but it feels a little overwhelming. Gothic Architecture, for example, is really impressive. It was something new at the time. They were able to build higher and more open using building techniques like flying buttresses and ceiling vaults. Obviously I'm comparing apples to oranges here but what I'm trying to say is that it is so "ignored" because other styles seem to have accomplished more. Just an opinion!

  • Paul Puzzello
    Paul Puzzello 7 days ago

    This is a terrible video on many points. Good professors are encouraging when the effort is made and students genuinely bring something to the discussion of their project proposal. Students need to be open to the idea of learning and to find out the answer to something they don't understand. Challenge your professors intelligently.

    • Paul Puzzello
      Paul Puzzello 7 days ago

      @Mooch It is a terrible video because most of what is said is misleading, particularly regarding how professors will treat students and their work. The points are overgeneralized and I feel do not critically report the cons of an architectural education experience. I understand your point about reporting the negative, but you position your listing as absolutes rather than your opinion or personal experience. The best thing about this video is how it generates counterpoints in some of the comments that express a more realistic and nuanced idea of the negative aspects of becoming an architect.

    • Mooch
      Mooch 7 days ago

      So what you are saying is that it is a terrible video because it is titled "the cons of becoming an architect" and it's a video about the cons about architecture like the title suggests? Or is it a terrible video because you assume architecture has no cons ? Or is it a terrible video because YOU did not enjoy it, and feel it will help no one else in the world? To say it is a terrible video because YOU disagree with it is simply an ignorant thing to say....

  • GaelX3D
    GaelX3D 7 days ago

    My favorite thing is that you could design places that can be perfect to were live and can gives to the exterior a whole new look, is like you are doing a painting were you can live and other people can admire it

  • Sam Robertson
    Sam Robertson 7 days ago

    My school recommends us to buy very expensive laptops and the cheapest is 1800. Is this necessary? I’m not sure what programs we would be using but I can’t imagine them to be that intensive.

    • HeyIm Jols
      HeyIm Jols 6 days ago

      U can buy a laptop with an i5 processor works well cost about $600-700

  • Hanya Yassin
    Hanya Yassin 7 days ago

    Im in middle school and choosing my igcse s soo

  • Ban Ana
    Ban Ana 7 days ago

    Go through architecture school if you are willing to put up with a challenge, learn to grow from criticism by using it your advantage. Realize that like any part of life you cannot satisfy everyone. You can't make progress in anything if can't make the big decisions on which path you want to follow.

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    The Architecture course in the USA looks and sounds more interesting than the course in the UK

  • David Hernandez
    David Hernandez 7 days ago

    I'm working, in fusing architecture/engineering the design, part of architecture with construction part of engineering with 3dprinting!

  • Phil Raff San Diego

    I'm 1st year Architecture student. Thanks so much for the tips

  • Bruno Silva
    Bruno Silva 7 days ago

    The way I understand the word!

  • GSA Architectural & Mechanical Drafting Inc.

    Thank you very much for sharing this video. I am a draftsman and I want to go further but I am out of financial aid and will have to work and pay out of pocket, I like architecture very much also engineering, on the bright side computer software like Revit Architecture makes things much easier. God bless

  • Gris Von låda
    Gris Von låda 7 days ago

    Almost all the cons you mentioned here don't exist in my school so this video is almost like a positive one, it sounds like studying architecture in the US is a lot lamer.

    • Gris Von låda
      Gris Von låda 6 days ago

      @M.I Yeah, Chalmers in Sweden

    • M.I
      M.I 6 days ago

      May I ask which country your school is in?

  • Alopeak
    Alopeak 7 days ago

    Really inspiring. Thank you

  • Diana Caminoc
    Diana Caminoc 8 days ago

    Can an arhitect make animations after graduation?

  • Rim Ammar
    Rim Ammar 8 days ago

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    • Mooch
      Mooch 8 days ago

      Lol! 🤣

  • David Hernandez
    David Hernandez 8 days ago

    Also may very into,3dprinting with CAD software as well.

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    Blessed Favoured 8 days ago

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  • David Göz
    David Göz 8 days ago

    This describes it pretty well

  • Blake Christenson
    Blake Christenson 8 days ago

    Just stumbled across this channel and love its content and enjoyed this video. I’m a third year architecture student. My school made the decision starting with my graduating class to push digital representation to the forefront of our curriculum starting our freshman year. I love this because now I feel extremely confident with any software thrown my direction, but it leaves one problem. I’ve never truly developed a solid ability to sketch. Often times I find myself making proportions way off, and always hate what I draw. When I ask professors for help they simply just say the best to improve is to keep sketching. I believe that to be true but I also wish I had some guidance on tips and tricks to make better sketches so that I know what exactly I’m working towards. What are some tips you’d give to improve my sketching abilities? What types of things should I be drawing? How do I improve my sense of proportion? Thanks!

  • nima 501st
    nima 501st 8 days ago

    First of all I want to thank you for this video. I want to buy a laptop which can support 3D max, revit and other architectural programs, should I buy republic of gamers with i7 NVIDIA RTX2060 512SSD or Microsoft surface book with i7 NVIDIA GTX1050 512SSD?

  • You Lily
    You Lily 8 days ago

    Architecture is a lifestyle

  • millena
    millena 9 days ago

    im in film school but tbh i would love to be an architect

    • Mooch
      Mooch 9 days ago

      Once you get your bachelors degree, there are ways to transfer over to architecture, even if you have no experience. In my school this was called "Formative" students. Might be an option for you!

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  • mlight XE
    mlight XE 9 days ago

    Well i live in Ireland so its diffrent but i have 3 more years until i finish school up and depending on the points i will be able to go to an architecture college because architecture has been my goal for the last 5 years and your videos have been recently helping out thanks.

    • Mooch
      Mooch 9 days ago

      That's great to hear! I wish you luck on your goal :D

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    I am 13 year old and I really really really want to become a architect however I don’t how I would find a job that would be good for me

    • Thomas-G Gaming/vlogs
      Thomas-G Gaming/vlogs 8 days ago

      Thanks

    • Mooch
      Mooch 9 days ago

      Don't worry about the job for now. Just focus on educating your self through books, videos, and podcasts so that you can learn as much as possible before you decide to major in architecture. I wish you lots of luck!

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    • Mooch
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      Thank you for that! This will help others :)