ARCHITECTURE, BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION
The project was about how to create a sense of place for the new people moving in there, it was a very diverse public with different cultures.
Working unpaid sucks, and there is always the risk of some degree of exploitation.
So, what did you study? Emma: I studied a Bachelor of Interior Design at TAFE…
Salary Jump: From $52,000 at 24 to $91,000 at 28
…You need to be able to tear things apart, remember how to assemble them, know how they work, find faults and repair them – that kind of thing.
Metal fabrication and welding are two completely different
How’s the apprentice pay?
Property developers make homes come to life.
Commercial builders construct everything from hospitals, stadiums, schools, roads, office blocks to airports. Think large scale.
Where women fit in construction trades.
Strictly speaking, interior architecture is a subject and not a profession. Until now?
Your mathematical ability should never be the factor that keeps you of architecture.
Beware that it will probably combine inspiration, perspiration, frustration, and elation in equal amounts.