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    Draft of project study This essay will shows the choice of a major and the reasons of choosing this major. Then it will shows the career options that will be able to work. First of all my degree I had choose BEng Architectural engineering because of many reasons. Starting with my parents they supported me a lot to be here in John moors university here where I am at the foundation programme doing my degree. My father he was the first person who lit a spark in me about this major. I have a good background because he always telling me about everything has a relationship with architectural. This led me to think that he is architectural engineering and because we have our own factory which is all about iron, glass and aluminium. I was shocked…

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    from many different fields, including designers in both interior and exterior, engineers, quantity surveyors, managers and so on. But, in this essay I am going to demonstrate on architectural engineers and their importance of their roles and responsibilities. The architectural engineers in other word building engineers are the heart…

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    Nasif Historical House

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    2007). Indeed, the historic district of Jedda has a long history that goes back to since 3000 years ago. This historic destorct includes several heritage buildings “around 600”. These heritage monument have been constructed since 350 years ago, alongside unique architectural characteristic from different Islamic cultures (Telmesani et al., 2009). Nasif Historical House or “in Arbic Bayt Nasif” is one of the most important building in the historic district which has been chose to be a case…

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    Puryear's Art Analysis

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    Looking at sculptures and paintings in person or in a museum rather than looking at them on a flat screen can drastically change the way you take in the artwork in many different ways. One good example is the Ladder for Booker T. Washington by Martin Puryear, which, in person, was vastly larger than I expected. When looking at an artwork in the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, you get to observe details and witness different focal points that you would most likely miss looking at a computer. In…

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    One of the most waited for events, in an architectural sense, was the completion of Paul Rudolph’s Yale Art and Architecture building in 1963 a postwar American Architectural event. Also known as the A&A it was considered Rudolph’s master piece as it promised to be the solution to solving modernism’s major unsolved problems. As New York Times critic Ada Louise Huxtable said, “it asks and answers some of the major questions facing the art of architecture today, at a time of crisis and transition…

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    Goldberger Analysis

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    Paul Goldberger opens his essay by explaining the great depth that architecture emerges into art. My attention was immediately grabbed when he was explaining how architecture, “can be as tiny a gesture as painting the front door of a house red or grand as undertaking as creating the rose window of a cathedral”. He was explaining how architecture has no standard minimum or limitation within the design. Goldberger is supporting his evidence alongside how Frank Lloyd Wright explained how he…

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    A four to five year Bachelor of Architecture degree is commonly earned to become a competent architect. The cost of tuition for an architectural school is considerably high ranging from $19,791 to $26,252 a year depending on whether an in state or out-of-state school is attended (Cramer). Once a degree in architecture is acquired, most state architectural registration boards require the student to earn experience of a minimum of 3-years through an internship with a firm (Architects). In total, a…

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    Ingalls Building

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    The first reinforced concrete high-rise building is the Ingalls Building, built in 1903 in Cincinnati, Ohio. All the key developments in reinforced concrete buildings in that time have contributed in the design and construction of Ingalls Building. Richard W. Steiger defined the Ingalls Building, ‘These developments included heavy monolithic beam-and-slab construction with tension reinforcing, two-way reinforcing systems, and bent bars and stirrups. Also used were hoops and continuous helixes…

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    about conventional functional and contextual requirements. By producing new and innovative structures, deconstructivist architecture is more than just a design method, instead it’s an reaction to the ideals and the evolution of radical outcomes of previous movements. Even though the architects may not have been trained and educated the same way, they share similar ideas about Modernism and Postmodernism. Tschumi, Eisenman, Zaha Hadid are just a sample of architects that produce architecture…

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    It is the architect’s responsibility to design his or her building to have a significant impact on the occupants’ spatial experience. This experience goes far beyond the physical and tangible components of the design, it is metaphysical, observed, perceived. It is for example, like our favorite song, it goes much deeper than just lyrics and melodies it creates a connection between us and the feeling, experience, or memory we link that song to when we hear it. “When an architect thinks about…

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