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    At that point, you can move into a management or an architect position. In a management position, you start being in charge of teams of programmers and delegating work. In an architect position, you start writing design documents, deciding what technologies make sense, developing software frameworks, etc. Within HIT, the path of a software developer is basically the same. It is best for someone that wants to develop software for the health care arena to have had previous experience with the…

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    Le Corbusier Analysis

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    was a common problem among the architects: how to limit the amount of sunlight that comes into a building. The solution came out from Le Corbusier's habitation that is using concrete and brise-soleil which blocks the sun from overheating the area. The concrete buildings play a crucial role in the twenty-first century, as most of the buildings around the world descend from the Le Corbusier's Unité d'habitation. The Modulor is also an important system to the architects. The system is based on the…

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    Going to Graduate Mom. When I would think about my future career as a kid I always thought about being an architect or some kind of engineer because people always told me I was good at math, and that going into that field would be easy for me also I would make a lot of money and people in that specific field were smart and successful. My family would always say “You should be an architect you would make so much money, and you can build my house for free!” but, now that i’m older about to…

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    century when he built the Parthenon. He was interested in insides of buildings which is why he wanted to build the Parthenon. He was a Greek architect and the designer of the Parthenon. Since he liked designing the interior, he also created the Mysteries at Eleusis which were the initiations of Demeter and Persephone in Ancient Greece. Callicrates was an architect in the mid fifth century. He also built the Doric temple to the god Apollo. He was the main…

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    Environmental disaster within the 1970s brought the formation of pro-environmental agencies has fashioned a broad concept called stability. Numerous committees had been fashioned in this regard that the high-quality answer became the solution of sustainable development. However, the concept of stability on the way to create and design the suitable surroundings for humans turned into arisen. Application architecture standards of stability and sustainable development in architecture changed into…

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    society tries to climb to the top while fighting against everyone else. It is a story of the American Dream, individualism. One of the characters the is fighting against society to make his mark on the world is Howard Roark. Howard Roark is a young architect whose ideas are modern and abstract compared to those of his time, therefore,…

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    Lincoln Memorial Thesis

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    enduring symbol of unity, strength, and wisdom” (Lincoln Memorial U.S. National Park Service). Both the 16th President and the Lincoln Memorial stand for some important American concepts: democracy, freedom and equality, and unity. Henry Bacon, the architect of the Lincoln Memorial, used the Parthenon, a Greek design, as a model for the memorial (Marcovitz 18). He did this because President Lincoln defended democracy and Greece was the birthplace of democracy (Lincoln Memorial Design and…

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    focused toward something, it is the perception each individual creates for or about some object. In philosophical terms, phenomenology is the critical study of human beings through their experiences in and of the world on an everyday life basis. Architects have often turned to thinkers in philosophy and theory for design ideas or when seeking a critical framework for practice. Phenomenology, as…

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    Petr Král in his book ZÁKLADNÍ POJMY composes with hundred brief proses, as Kundera writes in the introduction, an unusual and beautiful existential encyclopedia of the everyday life. The look of Král is placed on everything: objects, moments, feelings, places, and his texts are like a walk in the city, small trips, intense poetic proses that illuminate the details, open our eyes on reality and sustains us all . In his stories the apparently futile, the fragile places of the everyday life…

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    American regional modernism in the mid-century founded by Sarasota school of architecture in Sarasota, FL during the 1941 to 1966. Develop by the members, Paul Rudolph, Bert Brosmith, Ralph Twittchell, William Rupp, Victor Lundy, Tim Seibert, Jack West, Philip Hiss, Gene Leedy, Carl Abbot and Mark Hampton. Sarasota school of architecture was characterizing by climate, topography and Florida lifestyle, which influenced in the development of American Architecture. By 1950’s it expand to outside…

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