10 things to know about the Parisian interior designer internship
As we approach our summer break, I’m excited to share 10 things I learned during my internships at the Paris interior design studio, Parisian.1.
You can do it anywhere you want to.
I can’t speak for every designer, but I know for a fact that Parisians are generally open to doing design work in places where they can find a space to do it.
When I was interning at the Parisians office, we were asked to find a new apartment for a friend of mine in the center of Paris.
He was interested in being a part of our design team, so we all ended up living together in the same apartment.
I’m not sure I could’ve done this without my parents.
I have two older brothers, and my father is a big Parisian.
When you have two parents, you are much more likely to have some influence on the choices you make.
I also like to think of my experience with the Parísian office as the first big-name apartment project I did, after getting a job offer from a French designer.2.
Make it work.
You will be doing your work on a project for about a week before you are scheduled to work on it.
It will be important to work from home for the first few weeks of the internship, because you will be using the space at the office as your own.
I would recommend taking a day or two to set up and get comfortable, then working from home the rest of the time.3.
Make time for reading.
You’ll be working with lots of different materials, so it is essential to make your time as efficient as possible.
You should work at least 10 hours per day.
At the end of the intern, you’ll be able to work through all of the projects you worked on.4.
Be aware of your surroundings.
The Parisian office has a lot of trees and lots of open spaces.
If you work in a building where you are surrounded by people, you might be tempted to work in one room while you work on other projects.
I think it’s a good idea to think about the surroundings of your work space and what you are looking for.
If it is a quiet office, maybe you want a little bit of shade and some natural light.
If there is a busy lobby or some big buildings that are close to each other, you will want to be careful about which project you are working on.5.
Don’t forget your phone.
I was told to work at home for about two weeks during the internship.
The only thing I was missing was my phone.
It was my first internship, so I was really nervous and overwhelmed.
But after the internship ended, I found out that my phone wasn’t broken, so the only thing left to do was to use the office phone to talk to my supervisor, so he could see what I was doing.6. Don