Today we will be talking about the landscape architecture student.
Here we see a new landscape architecture student eager to start their day doing landscape architecture student things.
The students are frequently seen in groups in their natural habitat– the studio. While some of them return to their quarters to sleep at night, it is not uncommon to doze off within the studio walls.
A typical life cycle begins with the introduction of a project. Here we see a landscape architecture student reading the project description.
Of course, their studio project isn’t the only project they have. They also have assignments on visual communication.
History and criticism.
Roughly once every 2 weeks, we see the landscape architecture student perform a ritual known as “plotting”
They also face the panel which consists of their instructors and occasionally, guest critics. The landscape architecture student then has 5 minutes to justify all the design decisions made in the duration of 2 weeks.
After the review, the landscape architecture student retires to their quarters for a well deserved rest.
It is not uncommon to rest before they even make it to their quarters.
And then the following week, they start all over again.
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Disclaimer: Resemblance to anyone real or fictional is purely coincidental. Keep well, landscape architecture students!