I think the general public thinks that architects are actually engineers or that the same thing. And they're not. and that i just want to actually briefly touch on what an architect does, what their role is.
If you would like to be one what that appears like. All right, so first I'm gonna say I feel there are a few differing types of architects.
Now an architect, i might say, may be a jack-of-all-trades during a lot of the way .
It's Important for an architect to know tons about the HVAC, the plumbing, the electrical, the small print , like how the Assembly's carpentry, tilework. Basically all of the trades literally jack-of-all-trades is that the architect's job on top of understanding code, understanding how a project goes through, coordinating with a client, ensuring that they understand the process and what's happening, and serving as a middleman between the client and therefore the contractor.
To sort of, like break things down, so as that everyone is on the same page. So there's
That's really, I think, what the architect does
it is the architect's job to verify that each one of those things coming together, add up for what the client wants in terms of an aesthetic appearance. then when construction starts to form sure that the contractor whoever's
building the project is adhering to what the architect is drawn.
So, that's really i feel the only because of describe what an architect does, is do the design , confirm that everything is wise from a functional and programmatic point of view then to coordinate all the sub consultants that are putting their stuff inside the building, all the things that make the building work, confirm that which will be incorporated and doesn't detract from the beauty of the architecture and really confirm that it works. So hopefully it's helped shed some light on what an architect does for you.
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