101 Things I Learned in Architecture School
by Matthew Frederick
To all architects out there, I just want to share with you this fabulous book by Matthew Frederick. A conclusion of all things taught in architecture school, it unravels the architecture jargons back into simple English. From the basic of how to draw a line to the complex color theory, this book has it all, and provides it in a simple and concise way, unlike the professors at the school. In a way, it’s a book written on an elementary level, yet presenting ideas on a university level. These 101 tips are very enlightening to any architect and provides valuable ideas and information much required in a design studio.