Colorado native and architecture major Nicholas Esquibel hopes to eventually have his own development firm to leave the world better than he found it.
Keep your pencils sharp, extra tacks handy, and your water bottle full. This is the "real world" they've been telling us about, and I hear juries are a bit more serious now. Good luck to everyone!
What inspired you to come to ENVD?
One of my friends was drawing orthographies for her first studio, and I asked if I could watch her. I was completely captivated. No longer did my engineering homework have my attention, and two weeks later I switched majors.
What will you miss the most?
I'm going to miss the late-night, sleep-deprived collaboration I had with some of the best people.
What are your plans beyond graduation?
I hope to land a job, apprentice under a respectable designer, and develop my own style more. Eventually, I want to have my own development firm to leave the world better than I found it.