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    Timber has been used as a commodity to build homes since times immemorial. Even now, the craze for timbered homes has not diminished at all. Many people across the world love timber. Thus, they have a desire to build a timber house for themselves. Style, comfort and protection are what can be guaranteed to dwellers of timber houses. Style because of the various architectural designs which can be achieved from timber, comfort because they provide thermal insulation such that dwellers can feel…

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    1 Introduction . The scope of this thesis is analyzing and understanding the architectural design relationship and principles of interor design and urban square design. The scope is going to analyze the design principle relationship similaritites and differences between urban square design and interior space design. Urban squares are the examples of urban design principle in architectural area. Urban square design is result of the urban space design.The thesis is going to focus on urban square…

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    Abstract Cold-formed steel section (CFSS) is a civil engineering material that still and always in ongoing research for utilising in building or construction works. The advantage of the CFSS is becoming so interesting in selecting it as a roof truss system and purlins. For having the roof truss system with stable and safe condition, the study of the truss member is carried out by using the cut-curving channel section. Before the cold-formed steel section has been curved, the process of curving…

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    that emotionally resonates with me. The power of being able to elicit that level of emotion has contributed immensely in drawing me towards architecture. Looking back at everything, I haven’t had that one ‘ah-ha’ moment when I suddenly realized an Architect is what I want to be, but instead, it has been a more gradual process; the initial fascination intensifying into a deep-rooted passion for the art. After garnering excellent scores in the Architecture aptitude exams I had the opportunity of…

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    Quality is regarded as one of the most critical factors needed to ensure the success of construction projects. Quality of construction projects, as well as project success, can be regarded as the full filament of expectations (i.e. the satisfaction) of the project participants. Quality management has played a role in the transition from reacting to the outcome of site production activities to become a strategic business function accounting for the raison d’être (reason of being) of construction…

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    What is the architect? Throughout the years, the architecture profession has been seen to be questioned. Many theorist have debated the functionality that is perceived in different forms. These perceptions of the architect are still being written at the present moment. These statements refer to a meaning that is perceived and read in a global scale. Yet, it is still clear who has the correct solution. This paper will look into two present writers that examines the form of the architect within…

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    Perception In Architecture

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    What is an Architect from Deamer and Carrio Perception? What is an architect? Throughout the years, the architecture profession has been questioned. Many theorists have debated the functionality and point of views of different forms in regard to this question. These perceptions of the architect are still being written at the present moment. As statements keep appearing, more meanings are perceived and read on a global scale. It is still unclear who has the correct solution or whether it might…

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    My career aspirations and enthusiasm toward Construction and Project Management have been highly influenced by my undergraduate study majoring in Civil Engineering. The undergraduate curriculum in Civil Engineering at NIT-Surat introduced me to a wide spectrum of subjects. But it was the field of Construction planning & Project Management which captured my interest and since then, I have started taking interest in this field. Later on I came to realize that to become an efficient & capable…

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    Construction engineers fulfill many project duties. They work on many project types and can earn an impressive salary. Those salaries come with matching responsibilities. Therefore, firms may look for construction engineers with special traits. Once employed, there are several career paths that a construction engineer may take, each with increasing responsibilities and salaries. Construction Engineering Day to Day On the job, a construction firm may hold a civil engineer responsible for…

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    Roof Truss Design

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    The development in the construction industry has made engineers, architects and designers very creative and ambitious in building projects. The designs are becoming innovative and attractive. To achieve this, tremendous amount of weight placed was on materials leading to their inability to bear this significant weight. Consequently, to be able to achieve the structural design and strength engineers developed the truss. Trusses are web-shaped structures that are able to bear tremendous weight.…

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