Moshe Safdie is an architect who really examines how a building can shape an area. Not only how the space may look but its functionality, impact on the environment, and impact on the surrounding community. He seeks to engage and enrich the communities making unique and inviting spaces to fit the needs of each project. (Safdie Architects) One of Safdie's most well known buildings is Habitat 67 (or Habitat). The concept of Habitat began in Safdie's master's thesis.
This Occupational Research Report is based on the career information obtained on the occupation of architecture. if focuses on the potential career of being an architect, the steps leading to obtaining a position and training, as well as the future growth and outlook of this occupation. According to Lee W. Waldrep (2010), author of the book Becoming an Architect: A Guide to Careers in Design, an architect is an imaginative person who designs a wide spectrum of structures for buildings (Waldrep, 2010, p 2). These structures must meet safety requirements in addition to being aesthetically pleasing. Architects must compete with other architects to attract clients by presenting designs.
The incorporation of ideas generated by philosophers, such as... ... middle of paper ... ...Pallasmaa, Juhani. The Embodied Image – Imagination and Imagery in Architecture. John Wiley & Sons: Chichester, 2011. Pallasmaa, Juhani. The Eyes of The Skin ‐ Architecture and the Senses.
Architectural engineers are important in today’s society because they possess the knowledge and qualifications to work on complex buildings, lead project teams, and most importantly, to provide us with a safe environment. Before I could start with a credible research paper, I had to come up with a topic I was ... ... middle of paper ... ...d aesthetic understanding. Works Cited "Architectural Engineering: A Marriage of Art and Science." nevadabusiness.com. Nevada Business Magazine.
In the early phases of design they first must produce a series of design drawings, or typical study drawings which are the designer’s principal means of thinking. The presentation aspect of drawings are a major part of the design development as the architect refines their idea and design into clear, coordinated set of drawings following all aspects of the design. Once the client has approved of the fully developed design or additional design issues that have emerged have been addressed, construction drawings are then produced. In the final phase of the design process the architect must not only provide drawings readable to engineers, construction workers and high officials, but must also include all details required per city, county and federal guidelines. These drawings are those to study and explore the proposed constructions.
One has to learn to use the fundamentals of the practice well in order to make the most out of it and successfully create a room that flows well with practicality as well as style. The fundamentals of interior design can also enhance intellective creativity and reasoning of the functionality of a space by exploring different concepts, creating accurately scaled and modeled floor... ... middle of paper ... ..." Web log post. IMatchDesigners. N.p., 02 June 2011. Web.
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