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Architecture Student Work Desks

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Architecture studios in college have changed a lot over the last two decades – for the most part, computers and mouse pads have replaced Mayline parallel bars, Borco table covers and drafting eraser scumbags. A while back I asked practicing architects to send me a photo of their work environment and the response was really fascinating. Thinking that it would be equally as interesting to see the work environment of architecture students, I sent out the same request. While the response was not as overwhelming (I suppose a considerably higher number of practicing architects read this blog than architecture students), a few brave souls sent in some photos for us to see.

(Read more) Via http://www.lifeofanarchitect.com/architecture-student-work-desks/


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