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Why did I choose Architecture over ArtI used to draw a lot even when I was kid. I also played with LEGOS and created all manner or paper/cardboard things. I was very dedicated at anything I did, especially when it came to drawing. I enjoy drawing a lot.
However, I had no interest towards art. Not a bit. I've always had technical approach towards art. I just wanted to draw, not to make art.
I was decent on all school subjects, but none of them really felt my thing. I was decent in maths, but honestly speaking, I lacked the ability of apply it properly. Physics and chemistry were interesting, but definitely too complicated for me.
So when the time came to choose what I want to do with my future, all I had left was art, which I didn't want to choose. At that time I was more a rationalist than an artist. Being an artist is a tough job and as one artist told me: "if you want to be an artist, by all means go for it. Just make a vow of poverty". I felt art wasn't worth the trouble, especially when I myself held art in rather low