hi im doing an interview for school and i need to interview
an architect..but i cant find one. It would be sweet if
someone with architectural knowledge could answer my questions.
1.what is the most important responsibility an architect has?
2.what is the hardest thing to do if you are an architect?
3. what is the easiest thing to do?
4.What courses do i need to take in high school if i want to
5.Are there situations where an architects job can be dangerous?
6.Do architects have a big responsibility when it comes to
7.What do spend time most on when you are at work?
8.What university course do you recommend if i want to
2-3 sentences answers would be nice. it would be cool if i
could have name because i have to include that on my
Who is responsible for territory? can you please help me
in getting the answer for this
difference between action and collaboration in object
oriented designing and modeling
I have completed my Diploma in architectre from Gujarat
Technical board. I would like to do a Postal degree.Could
you tell me which univercity will help me.How can i
regester my name in IIA.
Australian architecture should be much the same as American
architecture because they both came from British influence
and were founded at about the same time. I was hoping you
could give me some insight on that and tell me if I should
change my hypothesis.
what so you want to work?
What is the name of the first type of building used in
Why were the Gothic Churches able to have large stain glass
i am looking for Final year Architecture Designer or any
home based project worker in chennai. contact 9500092822
how to know low voltage and high voltage ranges for
electrical machinery ?
What personal quality is important to be an architect?
How to represent -67 in Hexadecimal?
What is siporex block and its uses?
list the structural elements and their functions of frame
l need two bedroom, master bedroom, kitchen,hall,
dinning,garage, storeroom.without on corridor,on lobby, with
meters 30 by 30, scale 1 is to 200 ground floor plan.
Is there any symbolic or cultural significance behind the
structure of the buildings you are observing?