So, you think you are in the wrong architectural design studio. Above all, and firstly, when you don’t like the design studio, you are in don’t panic.
Better to tell the potential employers how much you enjoy doing bathroom and tiling details than saying you are some awesome emerging designer.
Lousy copying in architecture seems to be rife these days.
After a while, architects may not even know what a plan is. So here is an exercise that everyone might do to remedy the situation.
As someone said to me if you are going to do research in architecture don’t dabble in it. Either do it as pure research or do it as serious applied research, at the other end of the chain, which will give you some kind of competitive advantage. But don’t dabble.
Wild and crazy Design Thinking is central to architecture. But if you want to be a great BIM Monkey just go for that linear problem solving, get it done one quickly, jam that round problem into square hole type of thinking.