Cute kid draws on an architecture student’s project, leading her to jokingly ask:
“Saan pwede makabili ng bagong kapatid?”
Cute Kid Draws on Cousin’s Architecture Project
Every architecture student will tell you that this is one of the most difficult moments in their college life because they have to spend many hours just to finish one plate.
What happens when a kid (or pet) in your house destroys your work? Uh-oh!
Jean Germa B. Eyog, a second year BS Architecture student in Bohol Island State University, recently shared a TikTok video featuring a cute kid who drew on her project.
The child was labeled as her sibling in the video but later identified as a cousin.
She explained, “Actually dko po siya kapatid, pinsan ko po siya pero palagi siya nasa bahay pag may importanting lakad ang kanyang nanay inihatid siya sa amin kaya tinuring kong parang kapatid yung bata.”
According to Jean, although the child is her cousin, she considers her a younger sister because the kid is always at their house and loves to spend time with her.
“Dun po siya nakatambay sa aking study room dahil iiyak siya pag wala ako sa tabi nya at hanggang sa ihing ihi na ako umihi muna ako lumabas ako sa study room at yun na diko na napansin na sulatan na niya pinirmahan nya hahhaha wala na akong ma gawa kasi ang dami nya ng pirma sa tracing paper kahit na pigilan ko wala paring akong magawa,” she narrated.
“Need ko pa ding baguhin dahil madami ng sulat kaya ang ginawa ko vinideohan ko hinayaan ko siya dahil mukhang nag enjoy nmn siya hahah at pinicturan inupload ko sa tiktok hangang sa umabot it sa 1.2m views.”
At first, Jean really felt bad that the kid destroyed her work, but saw the bright side because the kid looked like she was enjoying what she was doing.
Also, she soon learned that she made a mistake in preparing the plate – so, it was like the kid knew all along that she needs to change the project, anyway.
“Masakit po tinanong ko siya kung bakit pero ang ginawa nya nag hug siya sakin parang nag sosorry po pero maya maya may chat sa gc na may exact na sukat po sa setbacks ng floor plan at nung tiningan ko na po yung plano kna may pirma na sa kapatid ko is mali din pala yung plano ko kailangan talaga baguhin, ciguro tingin ng pinsan ko may mali sa plano kaya yun hahaha,” Jean added.
Do House Projects Need an Architect?
House projects don’t require an architect, but need to be prepared, approved, and signed by an engineer.
Still, many people hire architects because they focus more on the artistry of the building, layout of the space, and the final aesthetic design, while an engineer often focuses more on the technical components and structural elements of the house.