By Paul Johnsonarchitecture is a fascinating subject to discuss, especially for those with an academic background.
While it is a subject of great debate, many people share a love of architecture as a way of life.
What’s the truth behind the term “architect”?
Is there a difference between an architect and an architect?
Is the term just a misnomer?
In this series, we explore these issues and the impact they have on the design of buildings.
Architecture as a life’s workWhat is an architect doing?
What does an architect do?
What does an architectural project entail?
Archaeological historyArchitects are experts at creating the best possible building.
In many cases, this means the architectural design is highly innovative and dynamic.
It may take years of research to complete a project and it may take decades to complete the final design.
Is it always better to build something than to build nothing?
Is there an ideal balance between architect and architect?
The history of architecture can provide insights into our relationship with architecture and the development of modern architecture.
How do we choose an architect for a project?
How do we decide which architect to hire?
Is there evidence that the term ‘architect’ originated with an architectural society?
Can we trace the origins of the term, “archaeology”?
ArchArchitect as a professionWhat are the roles of an architect in architecture?
Is it important to hire an architect who is also an architect, or are they interchangeable?
How much does an architecture firm make?
What are some of the most important aspects of an architectural firm?
Is a firm able to make a profit?
Is there an advantage to a firm in being able to hire a large number of architects?
What are good reasons to hire architects?
What is the relationship between architects and the profession?
Is the job of an archaeologist or an archaeology adviser?
What types of archeology work are archaeologists involved in?
Are there advantages to having an archaeological adviser?
How many archaeologists do an organisation have?
What is the compensation for an archaeologists?
How do archaeologists earn their living?
Is archaeology relevant to the design and construction of homes?
Is it important for people to have an appreciation of the history of our cities?
Are archaeologists in the workforce good or bad at providing value for money?
Are they involved in public works?
How can we better protect and promote archaeological sites?
What can we do about the damage caused by people and buildings?
What do we do to ensure our buildings are sustainable?
The history and history of architectural designArchitectures are often considered the best building of the 20th century.
The history of modern architectural design was the invention of the concept of “architrave”, which describes the relationship of an architrave to a building.
What is architecture?
What are its benefits?
What do we need to know to make an informed decision about building design?
The idea of anarchitects as architectsIn the 19th century, architects were considered as a part of the profession.
In the early 1900s, the term was used to describe a profession in which architects were trained and paid for by the state.
The concept of an “architecurity society” was established to protect the public from the effects of the building industry on architecture.
The “archiecurity” in this context was an extension of the work done by the society to safeguard the city.
The concept of a professionThe term “Architect” was popularized by the journalist George Bernard Shaw in the 1880s, and has since been used to refer to all those engaged in the field of architecture.
In its broadest sense, “Architrave” is the group of architects who study, design and construct structures.
“Architecution” refers to the work undertaken by the architect and other professionals to protect and preserve public spaces.
Why do architects exist?
Architectury has existed in the UK since 1793.
Its first use was by the British government.
In 1825, the first of many “archites” were established, the foundation stone of which was laid by the Marquis of Essex.
In 1854, the Earl of Chatham established the Royal Institute of Architects (RIA) to study and produce architecture.
This institution became one of the largest universities in the world.
The Institute, which was named after the British general who was appointed as the first Head of the Department of Architecture, later became the Royal College of Art (RCA).
In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the number of buildings was increasing exponentially, and the need for architects to become better informed and more professional increased.
The RCA and the Institute have played a key role in the evolution of modern buildings.
The Royal Institute has long been a major hub of research in architecture.
Its history includes the founding of the Royal Academy of Art in 1816, the founding and organisation of the