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Transcript: Technology To be an architect, you need a Bachelor's Degree. architect's scale moleskine classic notebook linear pens tracing paper self healing cutting mat drawing storage tube Architect Presentation. Tools handheld laser distance meter LED light box CAD Programs Knowledge mathematics science geometry algebra physics programming By: Kaden B. Creativity Passion Confidence Easy Going Personality Education Links Work activities. Work Activities. Work Activities are: creating building designs and highly detailed drawings working around constraining factors such as town planning legislation, environmental impact and project budget working closely with a team of other professionals such as building service engineers, construction managers, quantity surveyors and architectural technologists Skills design skills and knowledge. knowledge of building and construction. excellent verbal communication skills. Pay $76,100 per year $36.59 per hour Abilities Change behavior in relation to others’ actions. Be aware of others’ reactions and understand the possible causes. Inspect and evaluate the quality of products. Trends Jobs will increase by 4%.

Architect Presentation

Transcript: Architect Presentation Kara Moncada His use of curvature, mosaics, landscaping The style is unique- quite different from most architects My favorite out of the three She does not have one specialty Her designs have a lot of texture Style of Architecture A. Modern Movement 1. “Less is More” 2. “Form Follows Function” 3. Principles at high levels of abstraction Part of the modernist movement Simplicity Ludwig Mies van der Rohe Style of Architecture A. Catalan Modernism 1) Centered in the city of Barcelona 2) Influences of architecture, nature and religion 3) Organic and archaic geometric forms of nature and catenary arch END OF PRESENTATION Antoni Gaudi Types of Materials Textiles- ‘Invisible Presence’ Carpets Wallcovering and flexible object Types of Materials A. Connected his buildings with nature by extending outdoor plaza tiles into the floor of a lobby B. Steel and glass enclosure Likes/Dislikes Likes/Dislikes amsterdam.htm Petra Blaisse Likes/Dislikes Types of Materials A. Stained glass, ceramic, wrought ironwork, plaster modeling B. Designed ceramic mosaics using waste pieces (Trencadis) Style of Architecture A. Interior Architecture B. Textile Design C. Urban Architecture D. Landscape Architecture

Architect Presentation

Transcript: Claudia Petrielli Click to find out more about being an Architect and why I chose it as my future career! Architect GLC205b Ms. Di Paola DIFFERENT TYPES DIFFERENT TYPES OF ARCHITECTURE TECHNICAL TECHNICAL ARCHITECT The technical aspects of structural design are the focus of technical architects. They could, for instance, deal with a building's thermal efficacy. Before a facility is built, these architects oversee its details to make sure it abides with all the local safety regulations. PLANNING PLANNING ARCHITECT The planning of the design phase is often where these architects specialize. Planning architects give teams and businesses advice on how local restrictions and rules affect a structure's design. A planning architect will also request project permission from the local authority. DESIGN DESIGN ARCHITECT Design architects work on the layout of buildings. They will concentrate on developing a structure's original design, drawing out a model of the building in line with the client's requests, and choosing the project's materials. SITE SITE ARCHITECTS A site architect is the type of architect I am most intrested in right now. They are in charge of project design, implementation, and completion. Site architects typically work with building contractors to make sure a project has been built correctly and that safety standards are being followed. Site architects work both in an office and on the construction site desgining and making sure everything is going according to plan. EDUCATION NEEDED FOR AN ARCHITECT EDUCATION EDUCATION EDUCATION Obtaining the right education is the first step towards becoming an architect. There are several ways you can accomplish this: Doing 4 years of post-secondary education and earning a bachelor's degree. Doing 6 years of post-secondary education and earning a master's degree. INTERNSHIP INTERNSHIPS The Canadian Architectural Accreditation Board requires all future architects to complete internships before earning their liceneses. Students can look for internships on their own or through their university's internship coordinator. Most internships last three years or less and gives students the hands-on experience they need to become successful architects. PREPARING HOW I CAN PREPARE IN HIGH SCHOOL Some ways I can prepare to become an Architect in high school are: To take the Communications Technology course to become more familiar with editing and designing on computers. To take an Art course so I can furter develop my drawing skills. I can intern at an Architecture company during CO-OP in Grade 11. SKILLS SKILLS NEEDED TO BECOME AN ARCHITECT AND HOW COMFORTABLE I AM WITH THEM Math: Leadership: Communication: Project Managment: Creativity: Organization: WHY AM I INTRESTED IN BECOMING AN ARCHITECT? MY INTEREST Becoming an architect has intrested me for a while now. From what I have learned about myself, my work needs, and more about my personality, I feel being an architect is a good job for me. I enjoy online designing/editing, building things, I am organized and good at getting things done the right way. All these traits are used when being an architect. There are in-person and virtual pre-university summer school workshops at various universities in North America that are offered to high school students. I could take one of these courses on architecture to learn more about it. This will allow me to figure out if becoming an architect is the right career path for me. SALARY SALARY Average salaries of architects in provinces around Canada: Nunavut - $108,630 per year Northwest Territories - $101,385 per year Ontario - $100,613 per year Manitoba - $86,084 per year British Columbia - $82,274 per year Alberta - $81,672 per year Quebec - $70,260 per year Nova Scotia - $62,987 per year Prince Edward Island - 44,429 per year WORK CITED WORK CITED - Architecture admission requirements for Ontario high school students, University of Waterloo 1992-2021, Accessed 2 Oct. 2022. - How To Become an Architect, © 2022 Indeed, 21 June 2021, Accessed 2 Oct. 2022. - Architect salary in Ontario, © 2022 Indeed, 11 Sept. 2022, Accessed 2 Oct. 2022. - Top 10 Highest Paying Architect Careers, ©2022 Brighton College, 24 Mar. 2022, Accessed 2 Oct. 2022. - The Eight Types of Architects, Copyright Barker 2022, Accessed 2 Oct. 2022.

Architect presentation

Transcript: Interviewing a Professional; Architect Thank You! Andrew Gouverneur Klas: 2B Introduction Intoduction Hi guys today I am going to talk about Architect. I chose this profession, because I really want to do this job in the future. I really like to paint and build. I did my interview with an architect called Riangelo Martina. Now I'm going to tell you guys about the answers I got from the interview... Interview questions Interview 1 What kind of work do you do? An architects create design for new construction projects, altreration and re-developments. Where do you do your job? An architect do their job in their office Do you need special clothes? An architect doesn't need any special clothes to do their job. Interview questions Interview 2 What good qualities do you need to be an architect? Creativity, Time Management, and Planning. What is the job like for this profession? Designing, planning and developing are the integral tasks in an architect's daily routine. What skills do you need for this job? Creativity, Time Management, Plan, Develop, Focus and Leadership. Design of an Architect Design Interview questions Interview 3 How do you get into this profession? Since I was a little boy, I knew that I wanted to do something with my hands. I was playing making little houses of mud. How did you find out that you wanted to do this work? Like I mentioned before, since a little boy. What prior education is required? You can go to UoC and choose Bachelor of Architecture. The End The End To finalize the presentation I want to give you guys the advice I got from the Architect; Do what makes you happy in every sense. Whether is it your study, work, sport etc. If you love what you do, you will be always doing it good. But if you do it just for the money, it is going to be a long ride. Title

Architect Presentation

Transcript: Season 1 premiered 2014 500 square feet of living space or less Hosts: John Weisbarth, Zack Giffin Zack Giffin $1.25 Philosophy Tuesday, February 2, 2016 Philosophy & Style What is the Tiny House Movement? “In building, I am inspired by artists who spend their whole lives working, yet seek no external recognition other than the satisfaction of the work, and a good life for their family.” -Zack Giffin Tiny House Nation No solidified style—molds to customer's wants and needs “I believe the act of building Tiny Houses approaches so many topics that the world needs to address...By building small homes we unavoidably start conversations about broader subjects like 'How can we sustain the current path of living standards in a changing world,' 'how do we want to spend our time on this planet' and the big one–' what is it that really makes us happy.' By starting conversations we get to influence people’s behaviors without shouting opinions and pontificating. It is a very powerful form of activism.” -Zack Giffin Influence Style Vol XCIII, No. 311 Debt free Environmentally friendly Time outdoors Limited technology Family time Travel Reasons for Purchasing Zack Giffin: Asset to Tiny House Movement Increasingly popular movement in America Majorly downsizing homes 4-5 television shows featuring tiny houses 36 Two brothers Skier Active from 2013-present Builder on Tiny House Nation Built his own tiny house (112 square feet) Traveled more than 20,000 miles with his tiny house Travels and builds tiny houses all over the United States

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