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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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    Check the Architect 's Work Experiences. A good way for you to see how good an architect is by looking at his previous work. This will allow you to determine an architect 's forte. Familiarizing yourself with the style of an architect allows you to look for an architect that understands your personal style. This is important when building your dream home. Looking at an architect 's previous works allows you to see the quality of his works. Referring to an architect 's previous creations will not…

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    Urban Clash At Park Hill

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    Park Hill was opened in 1961 and designed by architects Jack Lynn (1926- 2013) and Ivor Smith (born 1926). Their design was very ambitious for the era, 1,000 new homes were to be built. The homes were organised as three types of apartments to replace the poor quality terraces. It was said to be the first effective action to remove a community from the horrific and poor terraces. The unique shared walkways were tribute to Le Corbusier’s principle on residential housing design, Unité d'Habitation.…

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    An architect cannot build a structure consistent and stable without knowing the relationship between architecture and the environment. This topic should be discussed on various angles. One of them is the aesthetical point of view, and the other is the human intervention in nature. The former is essentially an artistic debate and a generic timeless topic since the beginning of architectural practices. The other one is a more contemporary issue. In a broader aspect, this topic isn’t only the…

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    landscape as a strategy to persuade the public to accept ambitious designs. Heymann asserts that few architects create designs that are a true response to the unique characteristics of a site (like Glenn Murcutt); rather, most architects use elements of the site to generate an abstracted…

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    utilizes many modifying elements for an architectural reason to enhance the experience of occupying a certain space. Through the effective usage of space an architect can manipulate a person’s emotions and feelings. A large space can make an individual feel free and liberating, just as a small space can feel claustrophobic and incarcerated. An architect that is known for creating effective spaces through the usage of light, color, structure etc. is Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.…

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    Intelligent Architecture In her book The Fountainhead, Ayn Rand portrays the protagonist, Howard Roark, as an individualistic young architect who chooses to struggle in unimportance rather than compromise his artistic and personal vision. The book follows his fight to practice what the public sees as modern architecture, which he considers to be superior, despite an establishment focused on tradition-worship. In the book Architecture's New Media: Principles, Theories, and Methods of…

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    modernism. The series explores the story of our Australian suburban landscape over the last 60 years, focusing on the development of our post war suburban architecture. It examines the success and popular culture of visionary architects from the 1950 's and 60's. Architects like Robyn Boyd, Sydney Ancher, Roy Grounds and Harry Seidler whom adopted the international style of modernism Streets of Your Town is a two-part ABC series, hosted by Tim Ross. Tim is a successful comedian, broadcaster,…

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    Louis Kahn Architecture

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    short of fully grasping the visionary and profound qualities they possess. Kahn’s poetry allows the reader to begin to understand his theories and the major elements that he held essential in the study of architecture. Some architects may think that the goal of being an architect is to merely deliver good design, but this is shown to be just a factor through the lenses of Kahn’s writings. Louis Kahn reveals that architecture is not fulfilled unless it is centered around the humans that use it.…

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