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Do you want to be an Architect? Then start from here..

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Architecture is a comparatively permanent expression of how society as a whole looks at itself and how it outlooks the environment, and it can also serve as a time capsule of human history and human thoughts, so it can be called as a powerful reflection of human culture.

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Do you want to be an Architect? Then start from here..

  1. 1. Do you want to be an Architect? Then start from here..
  2. 2. Architecture is a comparatively permanent expression of how society as a whole looks at itself and how it outlooks the environment, and it can also serve as a time capsule of human history and human thoughts, so it can be called as a powerful reflection of human
  3. 3. Should You Focus on Math? •People who lack in math skills should not be kept away from pursuing their dreams of becoming a perfect architect. •You could get creative and work some geometry and algebra into the mix, but you can generally avoid it if
  4. 4. Sketching is really important part for the architectures, and it’s definitely something you should be working on … but it isn’t the most important. What About Sketching?
  5. 5. Does Presentation Skills help? • Presentation skills are far more important than anybody in school actually, realizes. • There are some simple things by which someone can do to put themselves in a position to give a great presentation. • So, presentation skills
  6. 6. •The answer is shockingly simple and straightforward. The very most important skill that someone who is interested in becoming an architect should develop is…looking the world around them and then being able to articulate why they like the things they like. •Sounds pretty easy but is actually one of the hardest things a young designer
  7. 7. The difference between someone doing well and someone doing great as an architect is not their design skills; it’s their ability to make a personal connection with the people who have hired them (clients), work through the problems by extrapolating the similar conditions, codifying that process, and then understanding why some solutions work and others don’t.
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