"oh really??? that's bad!
I don't necessarily need to be in the west coast, but in this one I would have the chance to start right now and not just next year. But I'm checking University of Oregon and have already checked University of…"
"I know that they have been sending out massive spam Emails "far and wide".... If you have to promote your program via spam, I am very incredulous......... I'd checkout University of Oregon if you are looking for west coast schools.."
"Great question Suellen. I found a pretty extensive ranking list of architectural schools in the US on Architectural Record's website. There's a supplementary list of the top 5 schools in sustainable design practices and principles. They…"
"Hey, it dependes on what area you want. I was looking for sustenable design and found one in San Francisco.
I don't really know the school yet, but seems good. I just made a post here asking if anyone knows about it.
Does anybody know anything about the San Francisco Institute of Architecture? I'm looking for a Masters of Architecture program, something focused in Sustainable Design, I found this one and really like they way they think, I just don't know how to find out if it's a good school. Can anyone help me, please? See More
"Tyson, Im sorry now for taking so long to read and reply. I was doing what I said on my answer, showing Sao Paulo to americans, going to my favorite places here, going to where the history is, where the good architecture is, where the good chaos…"
Hey, the English is fine.. It all looks really good. In fact its inspired me to set up my own blogg site.
All the details on the drawings are interesting, self explanatory and well annotated. I love the Fifth Biennial project, and even though its in portuguese? I still understood the intentions and design proposal, ventilation, water systems so I don't think you have anything to worry about.
ha ha my bad.. I have a few guys in my school from spain and they have been teaching me spanish..no good at portuguese sorry!
maybe you could try beeing your own boss? you could contract your services to various discaplines and see what you like doing the most? I have been self employed for 8 years now as a tiling contractor so I think I might go that route myself when I qualify.
Hey Suellen, your comment was inspiring, you should be really proud of what you have experienced and done. Your school sounds really good as it seems to cover a wide spectrum of learning. My degree is quite limited for when I qualify next year I will only be able to apply for an architectural technician. buena suerte para el futuro! (I think thats right?)