The general consensus for group projects is that no one likes them. We all dread being assigned them, but we all know they’re only meant to help prepare us for the work force. Since we most likely won’t singlehandedly design entire buildings, collaboration is a serious skill we must master if we want to be successful. In my opinion, the most successful groups are ones who balance the workload between individuals, but also make most design decisions together. It’s important to each person to fully grasp the entirety of the project, but sometimes members focus on their assigned aspect so much they forget about the rest of the project. I think that my group, the interiors group, made a huge effort to make all of the design decisions together, when we could have broken up the work a little more. However, this did lead to each of having an understanding of each part of the project. Overall, I did enjoy this project and the opportunity to present to a client.