Transition from architecture students to Architects

Transition from architecture students to Architects

Architects express ideas about “the built environment,” and that covers a lot of provinces. They deal with people, places, and things around us. Birds’ nests and beaver lodge may look at this art of buildings, but these structures are not designed consciously.

We people force conscious selections about the environment we set up and that has been made for us. But the human constructions are almost imitative of what we see around us. They use biomimicry to exploit nature as a guide to green design. They take the hidden codes and ideas from the geometries of ancient age to develop agreeable designs.

Before you start leaning architecture, It is quite essential to go for understanding the well-known architects, their life stories, portfolios and their works throughout history. The truth is that more designers have practiced architecture than that are famous for it. So start exploring someone you have never heard of before.

Architects do design to meet the requirements of people. The facilities that we use for our daily life are our infrastructure. That may be a foot-path, a fly-over, road, waiting shed, etc. Learn people around us like old, youngsters, patients, blind, people in wheelchairs, etc and how they use and react architecture.

Travel more and learn architecture. You never miss opportunities for casual travel in your student life. It gives you great exposure and you can experience deferent architecture in various states and cities.

Learning history of architecture is mandatory in B-Arch course and it can easily obtain by learning architecture style. Explore content and photographs on great books by famous authors and websites that feature great structures from ancient to modern times.

“Feel architecture is a visual memory”

Collect various facts and photographs of the world’s most famous Architects and their creations, including towers, great bridges, arches, castles, domes, monuments and memorials that tell stories. Keep a collection of documents, photos, and features of your favorites or area of interest in Architecture.

Eventually, you will find yourself a specialist in you.

“A different architect for different people”


Suggested reading:

The 2nd rank holder of KEAM -2019

Minimum Standards of Architecture Education in India

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