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    Books on Architecture” Palladio develops a numerical and logical system organizing spatial relationships among the elements involved in any building. This system is a guidance for architects when designing such buildings as villas and houses. As well this system includes detailed rules to be considered when an architect arranges building rooms, when he specifies the proportions of spaces, when he makes decisions about the dimensions of halls associating the height of a space with its dimensions…

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    to be considered an architect. The field and study of my interest, as far as architecture, obtains to turning blueprints into residential buildings that are “works of art”. The architecture of buildings can be defined as, “The process and the product of planning, designing, and the construction of buildings.” The anatomy of buildings within architecture takes the knowledge of art and science to have a successful project. You can do multiple things to be considered an architect, it’s only…

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    The work of an architect is visible from the houses in a sub development to skyscrapers located in cities all around. Every building or structure no matter how small or how large started as a design created by an architect. The styles of architecture varies around the world and from architect to architect, each person has their own style of design. Becoming an architect requires a lengthy and expensive college education along with an internship for a student to become certified. Even though the…

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    Architects are pivotal to a functioning society; everything from houses to parks, and even whole cities are designed and planned by architects. Historically, architects have existed since the beginning of time, from the Megalithic Temples to the Stonehenge buildings were made to contribute to society. Some of the most recognized groups in history were known for their architecture such as the Mayans and the Incans. Architects have the ability to make a huge impact on society. Buildings like the…

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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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    significant part of the job as a construction manager. This job also includes working with engineers of all sorts, but working with architects is the major component in building structures. CM is essential to the world because without it, there would be no results. But without the architect, there would be no plans to build from. Construction managers and architects share a common goal of constructing a building, and in order to do that successfully, it…

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    Rickley Cottage Case Study

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    This will make sure the project is completed on time, on budget and to the satisfaction of our client. The project will include gathering information, architectural design plans, materials list and required permits. Communicating updates with architects, venders, contractors, Mr. Rickley, the Island Home Club (IHC) and other stakeholders. The project will incorporate the interests of all stakeholders…

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    The Smithsons - the key architects referred to the original essay by Banham - had also written about Brutalism extensively, in 1957 the Smithson’s in a recorded conversation said “Brutalism tries to face up to a mass-production society, and drag a rough poetry out of the confused…

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    live, work, and play. Architects play a vital role in how humans will interact with their structures. They will also have an influence on the way people behave within the space. Architects play a role in shaping the future of society by the structures that they create. By creating the buildings of the future, they are creating the society of the future as well. This is why I wish to complete my studies in the architectural field. Many times when people think of architects, they think of the…

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    of the Northwest Corner Building was already taken by the Gymnasium, a huge column free space which used to hold basketball races and indoor ceremonies instead of a vacant lot in the campus. This put a really serious problem on the table, how can architect constructing a new building above the gym without penetrating the existing structure and affecting the function of the gym above? Moneo give us a perfect solution by using diagonal cross-bracing at the perimeter. An enormous steel truss forms…

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