Life lessons I learned from Architecture School

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Design studio makes your life miserable sometimes | Personal photo | 2013

I want to introduce another contributor to my readers.  Her name is June Hwang and she is a recent graduate from University of Toronto Architecture School.  She had already written a great piece, Can Architecture become more approachable to bigger public?  on the Studio Jonah company website.  Over the dinner conversation, I casually asked what her architecture school experience has been for her, and her responses surprised me (seasoned architect, aka old person). It was not the usual “sleepless all nighters”, “designing portfolio for her jobs”, or what the” latest technical softwares/apps” I should know, rather her philosophical take on  the life lessons she received from the architecture education. Here are her TOP 3 lessons she shared with me.  I was blown away by her thoughtful and wise outlook on life.  Here is her story.

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