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    preferring the non-obvious over the simple, straightforward architecture. In my opinion this is what makes architecture interesting and exciting. Venturi also mentions The pavilion by Mies Van der Rohe where he criticizes the over simplification of the design. How ever I disagree with his argument because the beauty of architecture is a combination of styles that vary from simple to complex. Therefore as much as complexity is needed in architecture, simplicity should exist in order to help…

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    people (Merriam-Webster, 2015). Mechanical engineering is a specific branch of engineering that deals with mechanisms. Michigan Technological University defines it as the application of the principles and problem-solving techniques of engineering from design to manufacturing to the marketplace for any object. The principles that mechanical engineers use are those of mathematics and physics. They apply these and the…

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    My Own Technology Company

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    better healthcare for people. For hands on experience in biomedical engineering, I joined Engineering World Health (EWH), an organization that uses engineering skills to improve global health. There, I am learning how to implement the engineering design process to make a device for solving a health problem in a region. From the experience and knowledge I have learned and am learning, I am confident my skills will benefit the Biomedical Engineering Department and myself in the…

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    working on the project of Mediatheque, he start to use “blurring” term to describe his architectural theories. Image 8 Due to the development of modern technology, people start to complete more complex tasks with the help of technical devices. Communications between individuals are no longer limited in conversation or body language. Human body extended by modern mechanical technology. The experience of the body effects the purpose and way of using specific technology to achieve his aim and…

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    Ever since I was a kid, I was fascinated with skyscrapers and the physics behind them and their height. After finishing the career cruising career search, I realized I can incorporate my love for building and architecture into the navy. After completing the career inventory test, two careers selected for me were architect and Naval Architect. The careers Architect and Naval Architect have many similarities in overall description, working conditions, and the skills needed to pursue each job. Yet,…

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    Engineering Teamwork

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    is already evident. In the design process, it appears that everyone has ideas to contribute, but the bulk of the initial work comes from James, who is excited and outspoken, Joe, who is very logical in the construction, and me, who attempts to question the design around the constraints and measurements. With brainstorming out of the way, Carlos’ leadership style is exemplified. From our work, he is able to focus the rest of us into committing to an idea when the design process is getting too…

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    necessity of pattern maker in apparel industry is inexpressible. A pattern maker can convert fashion designers imagination to the materialized. A pattern maker is he who makes garment pattern based on Fashion designers/Design team provided idea/sketch. The sustainable of a design mostly depends on pattern makers expertise, efficiency and capability. As we know the fabric cost of a garment is required 50% (percent) of total value. So, if 1% fabric cost is possible to save by efficient pattern…

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    information could be proficiently replicated, thus simplifying the dissemination procedure. Print design; however, are fundamentally constrained by their physical nature. Enter the Internet, arguably modern society’s supreme technological advancement, with its ability to digitally re-contextualize the written word. The web generated an outburst in production, self-published content, and fresh forms of machine designs. John Allsopp’s prescient quote “The control which designers know in the print…

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    When advertising, the best information to have is to know who the audience is. Without knowing who to sell the product to, one does not have a proper basis for advertising. Once one knows who they are advertising to, they must know how to approach said audience. An advertisement for little girls would not feature old men golfing and chatting about their rheumatoid arthritis, just as an advertisement against smoking would not involve people happily smoking. Such aspects are counter productive…

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    Fallacies In Advertising

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    A Fallacy, according to Moore and Parker, “is a mistake in reasoning”. Fallacies are commonly used in advertisements, which many industries are used in today’s television, newspapers, magazines, and online websites. Although advertisers know that fallacies are mistakes in reasoning, it will not affect the understanding by the customer and they still use it in their advertisements. This is due to advertiser want fallacies helps them sell their products and let the customer can have a deep…

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