Architects = Blueprint + Safety Helmet + Pointing Nowhere

Updated on December 31, 2018 in Debates, Ideas and Discussion 2019

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These images look like they are from a 1930’s brochure for an architecture course in every universities, unfortunately they are not. I kind of like how timeless they are, the usual stuff, man holding a rolled up A1 blueprint pointing nowhere while his co-partner struggles to understand the ’empty’ blueprint.

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The only thing missing from the lady’s ‘costume’ is a playboy bunny ear. A quick search on iStockPhotos and the results for architects. Same old stuff, blueprint, rules, pencil, man with white safety helmet, pointing nowhere, hot chicks looking at blueprint… … and no computers! no AutoCAD, no PDAs, no digital camera.

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Very inspiring, the only problem is:
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STOP DREAMING! GO BACK TO WORK!
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1 Comment

  1. haha! I loved this post. In my opinion, the classic image of an “architect” comes from the old and oft forgotten title of “master builder”. I’d much rather be one of those architects in the 50’s and 60’s. The architecture was sexier, the chics were smokin hot and you could smoke and drink in your office. How friggin cool was that?!

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