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    side of your brain and enjoy solving problems and conquering challenges? As an architect you will be able to put your creative ideas down on paper and then turn those drawings into reality. It is a challenging, but immensely rewarding profession and few things can compare to the feeling of seeing your ideas turned into something tangible that can be inhabited by people. However, being an architect also comes with a lot of responsibility and the first step is obtaining your architecture degree. This not only proves your dedication to the craft, but also teaches you about the technical and safety aspect of the profession that is just as important as the creative side. Architecture Degree Information Pre-Professional Degrees Pre-professional, non-accredited degrees include the Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies, Bachelor of Arts in Architectural Studies and Bachelor of Science in Architecture. In order to be professionally licensed students must follow these type of courses with a Master of Architecture program. However, the advantage of these types of degrees is that they may enable students to complete shorter Master of…

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    Intelligent Architecture In her book The Fountainhead, Ayn Rand portrays the protagonist, Howard Roark, as an individualistic young architect who chooses to struggle in unimportance rather than compromise his artistic and personal vision. The book follows his fight to practice what the public sees as modern architecture, which he considers to be superior, despite an establishment focused on tradition-worship. In the book Architecture's New Media: Principles, Theories, and Methods of…

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    Department of Labor, 2015). CollegeGrad.com 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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    Multisensory approach in architecture education Case study: the basic courses of architecture in Iran's universities Abstract. The privileged position of vision in architecture design is, increasing-ly criticized, as also as the use of external representation methods, which de-grade the architecture's reality in a mere visual, or an "art of the printed im-age". However, the integration with architecture involves our entire body and all of the senses. Prior to professional field, this can be…

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    protest against the sterile emptiness of ‘late modern’ architecture, which lacks the satisfactory reference to everyday world of things. Modern architecture was always abstract and drew away from reality. It became non-figurative, as it abandoned ‘figures’ that constituted the basis of architecture of the past.2 The referred ‘architectural figure’ was a term coined by Paolo Portoghesi in the late 1970s to describe architectural design during Postmodernism, in which attempts were…

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    Jasmax Case Study

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    1. Introduction This investigation was conducted for the purposes of finding out the software that Jasmax- a largest and longest establish architectural and design company- used for managing their work. By research on the internet, I will indicate in this report the sort of software that this architect company use or suggest the software that they likely to use as well as point out what type of user will utilize that particular software. 2. Company profile Jasmax is a private enterprise type…

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    Domed Roof Case Study

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    It is one of the architectural elements the most distinguished in Islamic architecture, play expressive and symbolic role at the same time. As well as its role in reducing the total heat gain of the roof, in order to reduce spending on energy put forward theories and concepts in architecture from the nature of the relationship between form and the environment from different points of view to devise the ideal shape of the building. Architectural shape one of the images of adaptation and the…

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    Absolute Architecture

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    The Possibility of an Absolute Architecture. The Possibility of an Absolute Architecture by Pier Vittorio Aureli is very subjective. Architecture makes sense within the social, political and cultural dimension. It is represented through the ideal appearance of the built environment. In the title he has used the word absolute which refers to the marked boundary of a city. Urbanization for most architects is interchangeable, but for him it is a fundamental phenomena which is the division and…

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    Toyo Ito Theory

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    original constitution, this large information system implies that there is another invisible occupied space based on the physical world. Toyo Ito trying to find a better way to display this transparent and homogeneous space which consists of various virtual information. “Blurring architecture is an architecture with soft boundaries which can react in response to the natural environment”, explained by Ulrich. This architecture style responses to continuation of modernism through creating an…

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    Research Paper On Dan Graham

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    The practice of writing-whether it was to contextualize their own work, or that of their peers through analytical and critical writing-became an increasingly common practice among artists during the 1960’s. This was perhaps a consequence of the sudden increase in accessibility of university education and graduate degrees in fine arts in the mid 20th century. One such writer-artist was Dan Graham, who consistently published various written works related to his artistic production over more than…

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