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    that catch everyone’s attention. Well that one person happens to become an architect. An architect is the one responsible for the remarkable places, they’re the ones who designed the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Empire State building, Sydney Opera House, or the best one of all, the Burj Al Arab Hotel. All these amazing buildings were designed by architects, and man, don’t they get paid for it. Homes that families live in, schools students learn in, malls people shop in, etc., architects are the fantastic Einstein for these unbearable buildings and famous sites in the world, but revealing the educational requirements, travel opportunities, job advancements and salary will want to make anyone become an…

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    creation is assisted by naval architects. I think writing a report on being a naval architect is better for me, because I want to go to the military when I get out of school and I like the construction of objects. The education required for being a naval architect is having the bachelor’s degree at any college that has it. The mariners license is common in being a naval architect and the professional engineering license may be required. The projected growth for being a naval architect is about…

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    two careers selected for me were architect and Naval Architect. The careers Architect and Naval Architect have many similarities in overall description, working conditions, and the skills needed to pursue each job. Yet, they have differences in outlook, salary, and education needed to have any chance at getting the job. Architects and Naval Architects have many similarities, but they are mainly in overall description, working conditions, and the skills needed to pursue the job. The first way…

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    Campbell Architects is a small RIBA Charted practice located firstly at Paddington, London. Practice’s work is mainly commercial development projects in London. It was found in 1992 by Christopher Campbell, who used to work for Nicholas Grimshaw and Partners. During my 2,5 working period there staff included 2 directors (Christopher was responsible for Clients liaison and his wife Kerry was dealing with office management and HR), one associate (holding the main design responsibilities), 1-2…

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    surrounding vary thus the idea of an architect being responsible for designing buildings which satisfy aesthetic and contribute to the well-being of the inhabitants is a hundred percent agreed. Architects are responsible for building such buildings because it provokes psychology response, has an environmental impact and tailors specific solutions.…

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    introductory but when I started reading the introduction of Nudge, I was instantly hooked with the analogy that the authors provided, what will Carolyne do? Which of the 5 possible options presented in the book will she choose? Simply, I was caught up in the story, and who doesn’t like a good story! Regardless of the fact that this is book is all about economics and economical behavior, I found it really easy to follow, understand, and grasp. In the Introduction the authors presented the term…

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    In Teachers as Architects of Transformation: The Change Process of an Elementary-School Teacher in a Practitioner Research Group, Amy Vetter, conducts qualitative research about the process and transformation from teacher to leader. She poses the question: “Should teachers be the architects of their own transformation?” (Vetter, 2102). Vetter used evidence from Grace’s collaboration groups and teacher-lead professional development sessions to track her transformation from teacher to leader. …

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    Architecture in East Asia has been profoundly affected by globalization. Since 1980s, because of the deregulation of the London market, the company of architectural practice has followed the same pattern as other business organizations, created the “building boom” and attracted the American’s investors and architects. The well-established corporations in America started to open the branch in London; subsequently they expanded branch office rapidly in the other global regions. “The liberalization…

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    The breakdown of these hours would be practice management 160 hours, project management 360 hours, programming and analysis 260 hours, project planning and design 1080 hours, project development and documentation 1520 hours and construction and evaluation 360 hours. Half of these hours must be completed under a licensed qualified architect; and the rest can be completed outside the employment of an architect. Some experienced design professionals are eligible to complete the AXP by demonstrating…

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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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