Bachelor of Architecture

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  • Tadao Ando

    the present of Japanese traditional concept in his architecture, Ando was influence by Modern architecture (Louis Kahn and Le Corbusier) I will discuss in this paper the vision and concept that Ando‘s Architecture was built upon. II. The process of Ando's architecture Tadao ando is a self-taught architect. He was born and grow n in Osaka Hanshin area, Japan. Hansin is an old section, distinguish for its deep and traditional Japanese architecture. (Hien,…

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  • Leonardo Da Vinci's Embodiment Of Architecture

    Vitruvian man in the architecture world. This drawing eventually becomes a fundamental element throughout the centuries. Most of the architects design their buildings by using this principle. However, after all these years of transformation of one architecture style to another, one question is raised - is there any other ways architecture an embodied process? In this essay, I am going to discuss about another method of embodiment of architecture and some example of architecture design by mostly…

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  • Dieter Rams: Interior Design

    In 1953 Dieter Rams Successfully took a position of an Architect in Otto Appel company who became the main representative of the ‘’international style’’ in Frankfurt. His first job was to practice architecture for 2 years. One day, Rams' friend told him about in-house architect position in Braun company. Dieter Rams didn't know a thing about this company, but he decided to apply for a job anyway. The young architect had no clue that his work would be crucial for design history and that it…

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  • Importance Of Vernacular Architecture

    and local building patterns and then reinterpret local aspects of making buildings. In order to have an adequate relationship to the past we are to look at change and regeneration and refurbishing. Can be historical and contemporary. Known as “architecture without architects” or unself-conscious design. Traditional forms and styles are consistently re-interpreted with contemporary building techniques and technologies. Gives a new understanding of tradition. Unraveling the historical past, the…

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  • Importance Of A Good Carpenter

    CARPENTRY CONTRACTORS Carpenters build, erect or repair structures made of wood, steel or wood substitutes. They can build the frame of the house, walls and roof; install doors, windows, floors, cabinetry, ceiling tiles, complete other structural work such as sub-floor framing; and may even repair damaged furniture. Carpenters may specialize in a particular area of the trade, so be sure your chosen professional is able to complete your specific project. Whether you need carpentry work done for…

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  • Comparison Of Tree Of Life Series And Ice Man

    The tree of life series and Ice man are two amazing pieces of artwork. They have some things alike but they also have differences. The tree of life is by, Ana Mendieta , a sculptor, painter and video artist who was best known for her "earth-body" artwork. Ice man by Kiki Smith is an artist best known for her figural representations of humanity, despair, and sexuality. Each piece of artwork has its very own message but they always relate in a way. In the Tree of Life Series, Mendieta,…

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  • Field Of Film Analysis

    emphasize not only the significant role of architectural basic design elements in the process of filmmaking; but also emphasize the examples to reveal how this correspondence transcends an alternative way in reading/analyzing films. In the field of architecture; point, line, plane and volume were referred as the ‘conceptual elements’ (primary elements of design); and their…

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  • Frank Lloyd Wright: American Architecture

    of the greatest architects in the history of the world and the “greatest modern architect in American history” according to the American Institute of Architects. The quote above just shows how much he thought architecture could change the world and how he wanted people to see his architecture. Wright was not only an American architect, he was also an interior designer, writer and educator. He designed over 1000 structures of which 532 were built, however he was never famous amongst his peers or…

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  • Long-Term Goals And Conversations When Choosing A Career In Architecture

    Department of Labor, 2015). includes that “all state architectural registration boards require architecture graduates to complete a lengthy paid internship—generally 3 years of experience—before they may sit for the Architect Registration Examination” (Architects: Career, Salary and Education Information,…

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  • Post Modernist Architecture

    reconstruction and the arrival of post-modernism in British architecture. The recent popularity of post-war British architecture, amongst architects and non-architects alike, unravel threads of lesser-know continuity between the post-war neo-avant-gardes and the post-modernists. This research will focus on a relatively well-known yet under-examined figure, Theo Crosby, to fill in the gaps and to expand the existing historiography of post-war British architecture. Crosby’s significance had been…

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