What comes to mind when thinking about studio crits, guest juries, thesis reviews, and final presentations? For some, it’s a blend of adrenaline, panic, fatigue, and perhaps a hint of excitement. Of course, everyone prepares differently and has their own “method to their madness,” but it’s important to realize that crafting a strong presentation is a mental and physical balancing act.
Academic coverage is an essential aspect of Archinect’s editorial lineup. Beyond our exclusive interviews with education leaders and showcases of student work, our special Archinect Tips section consists of an array of handy guides that can help you feel prepared for your presentation.
So, students, whether this is your first presentation as an undergrad or a seasoned fifth-year moving on autopilot, it’s easy to forget a few things. Below, we have gathered a list of tips and references to get you through the next few weeks.
Before we …