Well, architecture is a serious profession. But, every now and then, a meme does the round on the internet that has us in splits (and sometimes makes us question our choices too – be it about our profession or about the tools we select to make our lives easier!). But, as they say, it’s all a part of the job.
So, we’ve compiled the best architecture memes related to the life of a professional architect, humorous software episodes, architecture fails, architecture students and their always elusive sleep and more. And, these made us go from tee-hee to ROFL! Check them out and let us know which one is your favourite.
#1 Too much to expect?
#2 When our drawings come to life
#3 Our idea of Instagram-worthy moments
#4 Never ending...Rendering
#5 Working with linked CAD files in Revit be like…
#6 Because, well the brief said so… and we couldn’t collaborate in real-time!
#7 Raise your hand if you design with just one tool
#8 Hey, wait!
#9 The curious case of the missing elements
#10 To the 102nd person who calls me that...
#11 And they said this was the right profession for me
#12 Not another update...
#13 Because burnout is real
#14 Because being an architecture student is ‘hard’ work
#15 CADache pills, anyone?
#16 Once, we were all over-enthusiastic architecture students
#17 When nothing else matters
#18 What they missed telling us
#19 Change is not constant
#20 Because mum told me I was good at it
#21 ‘Tis the season of seeing the funny side up
It’s fun for us architects to keep looking at a different perspective every now and then, and what better time than the new year to look at the lighter side of things!
If you think there’s some meme out there we should have included on this list, let us know.
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