The greatest lesson I learned was convenience and perspective. When I say these two qualities it is not in the form of a moral lesson but the application when creating a home. While taking my architecture classes my teacher explained to me the reasons to and not to do things and other scenarios for ease of access. After some time I began to connect dots myself and I was able to sometimes get confirmation from my teacher. I take pride in this because I had never known the small intricacies of a home. I was also taught about the rules and regulations of many different places as my teacher was subject to moving frequently like I. I enjoyed combining the codes of different places because there was never a poor reason to do something.