Not to mention the fact that I was one of the few graduates of my class that actually continued into a lifelong career as an interior designer. Though many of my fellow students may have possessed more drafting skills or auto cad skills than I did, they did not necessarily posses people skills or natural artistic ability to become an interior designer. That's when I came to the realization that it does not matter how much an interior design student spends, they either have it or they don't! Education is of the utmost importance with regards to an interior design career. In fact, a successful interior designer never stops learning and discovering the latest products available for her clients.
The materials weren’t listed when I have researched, but with the things that I have to do, I could know what I had to do. vi. Deigning second and third model house I have designed a first dream house before however as I said before, I need several designs to have the best design for my project. So I have designed more dream houses, and those are second and third design. Second and third designs are more developed than the first design.
The two disciplines rely heavily on human proportions, mathematics and geometry to shape the protective layers in which we shelter ourselves. As written by Bradley Quinn in The Fashion of Architecture, “Fashion has not always been so distinct from architecture. In the long journey of human existence, clothing first provided the body with wearable shelter, which architecture manifesting as a framework to support the animal hides and panels of fabric that became roofs and walls.”(2003, p. 2) Quinn writes that both fashion designers and architects build spaces around the human form for the function of protection and decoration. The clothing we wear is reflective of architecture we shelter ourselves in. Fashion and Architecture have drawn inspiration from each other throughout the ages.
At first, Susan barely knows a word of Mandarin. She feels isolated and confused and she hardly knows where to start. She spends most of her days working on her novel and taking her two sons, Thorne and Aidan, to the bus stop. There are many days when the only adult she comes in contact with is her husband. After several weeks pass, Susan gets a Chinese teacher named Rose.
THE INSTINCT…… The love for architecture in me did not come up all of a sudden, but it took years. Since, I was only girl child of my parents, the best companion I have ever had in my childhood is Lego blocks. I have gained dexterity that made me creative by making my own designs. Reaching higher classes, my parent’s concern about my studies increased and I was introduced to long time study hours. I used to take a break watching National geographic channel, I still remember it was the construction of “Palm Island” in progress (2007) and I was in my 9th grade.
As a mechanical engineer, I have dreamed of delving into architecture for many years. When I was a teenager, I applied two years in a row to my dream architecture school in China. Due to various circumstances, I was not able to attend. Instead, I ended up in the engineering school at one of China’s best universities, which unfortunately does not have a school of architecture. Back then, architecture was so irresistible but also inaccessible to me.
The architect builds houses and buildings. As such he is able to create interior spaces . Some architects choose to specialize in interior design. And in addition, the architect is able to understand the issues of structures related to a place. As such, interior designers must appeal to him if it is necessary to break a wall as part of their project.
I lost my mother in an unfortunate road accident in 1996. Since then I along with my siblings and my father have been living with my maternal family. My maternal aunt has raised us all three children since the accident with my mother. I am very grateful to her for that. If it were not for her, I don’t think I would have been able to do this much good with my life.
Time flies so fast, and I cannot believe that this internship has finally come to an end. I am still able to vividly recall my first few hours of the internship: I was in the Social Work Meeting Room with my fellow interns, listening attentively to Dr Isabel’s briefing on what this internship was all about. Looking back, I realise that I would not be here if my cell group friend, a QF student, did not introduce me about this internship opportunity; there was a glitch in the system which made the e-mail blast not sent to Applied Mathematics students, including me. I am certain that I was fated to do my internship here, so I tried my best to gain various skills in this three-month internship period. My first week of internship revolved around doing manual works of collecting the responses of focus group discussion surveys and presenting them in the form of graphs.
Years of my father’s faculty basketball games and other fall trips to help siblings settle into dorms left me with the memories but nothing concrete to hold on to. Luckily for me, I found my little piece of home on my first day of college in CAM102, and her name is Professor Rose Neal. First day jitters seem to come along with each school year and this year was no exception. I sat in the back row of Professor Cothran’s Biological Concepts class while we went over the syllabus and the typical rundown of the course. After the class ended, my dorm was my next stop before heading to Composition I with Professor Neal.