Parsa Rezaee on Shaping Your Own Path to Design

Second year graduate M.Arch student Parsa Rezaee was recently interviewed on the 7500 podcast to talk about her journey to architecture and what it’s like being a student at Woodbury University.

After being an undergraduate pre-med student at UCSD, Parsa made the transition into architecture and design after a year exploring different career paths. She first landed a position at an interior architecture firm, where she was exposed to hand drafting and CAD work. From there, she took a course in Florence, Italy on architecture and furniture design. When she returned, Parsa knew what she wanted to study. She applied to Woodbury, and she goes on to talk about how she shaped her own path to design and what it’s like studying in the School of Architecture.

You can also discover more about Parsa through her recent Student Story video below.

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