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    Architect Essay

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    large-scale effect on everybody in society and have an eye for detail, as well as enjoy using mathematics to ensure proper construction. That is why I have chosen architecture to be my career. An architect is a person who designs buildings and supervises their construction. A broader view of an architect is a person who is responsible for inventing or realizing a particular idea or project. Architecture varies from the pillars of the Greek Parthenon, to peoples’ homes. I often find myself marveling

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    Architects have been around for thousands of years, and continue to thrive today. People will always need buildings to live, work, shop and play in, causing architecture to become one of the fastest grossing careers in the United States. Being an architect is hard work. An architect needs a good education and a license to be taken seriously. Those things alone will take years to accomplish. Obtaining an education to become an architect is a lengthy process. A Masters of Architecture is required to

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    My job is being an architect I feel like being an architect is a job I would like to pursue. It takes a lot of commitment and desire to become an architect. I like this job because you can be your own boss, people respect you, you can make a positive impact in people’s life, and you can have a lot of free time. Architects are also ethical and responsible. I am also very creative, being creative allows you to make structures that have not been made before. You could also win commission contests for

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    The Career of an Artist/Architect

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    Passion, devotion, vehemence is described about the career that is characterized in this essay. The career that is being characterized is the career of an artist/architect. Architects are licensed professionals trained and licensed in the art and science of the design and construction of buildings and structures that primarily provide shelter. An artist is a person engaged in one or more of any of a broad spectrum of activities related to creating art, practicing the arts, and/or demonstrating an

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    Architects: Building the Future

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    What do architects do? Architects are responsible for designing places to live, work, play, learn, shop, and eat ("Architects" BLS). Now, of course, Architect wasn't the first career to come to my mind; first I wanted to be president then I wanted to go into the military. Obviously I cannot be the president of the United States yet, and I would rather not pursue a career in the military. Then one day in New York City while I was on vacation I saw the new twin towers being built. They looked beautiful

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    career as an architect, taking steps to gain a position and education as well as the set growth and prospects of this profession. According to Lee W. Waldrep (2010), author of the book Becoming a Architect “A Guide to Careers in Design, an architect is an imaginative person who designs a wide range of structures for buildings”(p. 2). These structures not only have to be aesthetically pleasing, but must also meet the safety requirements. Architects have to compete with other architects to attract customers

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    Books on Architecture, Vitruvius creates a portrait of the architect as a person of broad learning and various talents. He defines the expectation of architects ‘’Durability, convenience, and beauty,’’ in Latin, firmitas, utilitas, and venustas. Are there limits to an architect’s ethical or legal responsibilities in a building process where architecture plays an increasingly smaller role? Is preservation a moral imperative? Can an architect works with international clients living within the boundaries

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    typical business, that architects have the tools to overcome the current status quo. Through the many architectural business models created I intend to argue that a hybrid model could coexist if not only to feed actual architectural inspiration. The fields of architecture are consistently related albeit simplistically though brand, design, engineering, and real estate, which all ultimately feed into the greater economic market which everyone takes part. As the role of the architect changes we should consistently

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    Clark and Menefee Architects The Reid House was designed by W.G. Clark and Charles Menefee and built in John’s Island, SC in 1986. Menefee and Clark designed primarily in the American South. Clark and Menefee are known for their “tripartite vertical organization.” The base level normally consists of secondary bedroom(s)/studio spaces and services. The First floor is a “piano nobile of principal rooms with a double-height living space.” The attic level usually consists of the master bedroom

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    Architect of the Byzantine Legacy

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    Architect of the Byzantine Legacy Byzantine Emperor Justinian was the bold architect of a revitalized Byzantine Empire that would leave a lasting legacy for Western Civilization. As much of Europe entered the Dark Ages, Justinian's vision of a restored Roman Empire would reverse the decline of the Byzantine Empire and lay a firm foundation that would allow the Byzantine Empire to survive for centuries to come. Justinian, whose full name was Flavius Anicius Julianus Justinianus, was born around

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