you want to be an Architect..?

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i want to be an architect. this is a ppt on architect and what to do when you want to be an architect

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  • 1. So I want to be an Architect SHIKHA TRIPATHI

2. Procedure... Plan a strong college preparatory program with courses in English, History, and other humanities subjects, mathematics, including geometry, trigonometry, algebra, and pre-calculus, and physics. Humanities courses will sharpen your communication skills and your ability to put things into context. Art courses - drawing, painting, sculpture, or photography - will be helpful in developing your ability to visualize and conceptualize, which are both important skills to an architect. 3. A bachelors degree is required first and foremost and is known as Part 1. Usually lasting three years of full-time study, the undergraduate degree in architecture also gives you free student membership to RIBA. On completion of your undergrad degree, Part 2 can be commenced. This part of the process enhances your overall architectural knowledge and looks at project complexity. Whilst the actual qualification varies between institutions (BArch, Diploma, MArch), the stage generally takes two years of full-time study to complete 4. . You can choose to study at the same institution, or search for an architecture course at a different university. Most courses are design-based and rely heavily on project work that is undertaken throughout the course. This part of architectural study allows you to enhance key ideas and skills. Architecture students also attend lectures, seminars and tutorials, along with field trips to interesting and important buildings. The final stage of your architectural training, known as Part 3, requires you to complete a minimum of two years in professional training prior to your final exams. 5. 5 The role of the architect Designer Advocate 6. 6 The role of the architect Designer Advocate 7. 7 Architect as Advocate The sole duty of an architect is to serve the public, to meet and surpass, if possible, a client's needs. Defining Architecture - Brian Nank 8. 8 Architect as Advocate Advocates must listen Advocates must observe Advocates must think strategically 9. 9 Art of Listening The architects design cannot meet the clients expectations if the architect cannot hear the client and enter his or her domain. Listen to: - Customers - Partners - Users - Managers - Developers Understand: - Resources - Needs - Unique Challenges - Preferences - Business Climate 10. 10 Art of Strategy Learn the business domain Understand the business strategy Apply your technology vision to the strategy to identify opportunity for competitive advantage Solve the right problem at the right time 11. 11 The role of the architect Designer Advocate 12. 12 Designer A structure must exhibit the three qualities of firmitas (strength), utilitas (utility), venustas (beauty) Vitruvius 25 B.C. Frank Lloyd Wright An architect's most useful tools are an eraser at the drafting board, and a wrecking bar at the site. 13. 13 Designer Designers must understand engineering (strength) Designers must be able to translate user needs into functional structures (utility) Designers must be able to create a solution that is pleasing to the eye (beauty) Frank Lloyd Wright 14. 14 Architecture The product of design 15. 15 Architecture architecture [arki tkchr] noun 1. building design: the art and science of designing and constructing buildings 2. building style: a style or fashion of building, especially one that is typical of a period of history or of a particular place 3. structure of computer system: the design, structure, and behavior of a computer system, microprocessor, or system program, including the characteristics of individual components and how they interact network architecture 16. 16 Architecture is an idea, a plan about the solution that will be built. To collaborate effectively you will need to communicate the architecture to different audiences using a variety of tools, media and means. Your job is to create an architecture that will meet the need 17. 17 Becoming an architect is a journey toward becoming one who dreams of the solution rather than the one who builds it Find purpose, the means will follow. - Mahatma Gandhi 18. Thank you