Architect Saturday, June 17th 2017.
Architects must know something about a wide array of topics that are indirectly related to their profession. This can include such things as public speaking and politics. A knowledge of business, marketing, real estate, sustainable building and construction are also important. What’s more, an architect must have the ability to apply this knowledge to his or her everyday work in the field.
With such varied applications, it should come as little surprise that this ratio is rooted in architecture’s fundamental principles. Continue on to find out how architects take advantage of the golden ratio in their work. You may find yourself looking at your surroundings in a way that you never have before.
Can you juggle? You’ll need to juggle a lot of things if you want to be an architect. Architects are not just designers, they are dreamers and doers. There is a unique mind inside the head of an architect that is magically able to juggle numbers, lines and angles, along with creative possibilities that most of us cannot fathom.We want to help you determine whether you could pull off the same juggling act that an architect can. Should you become one? Here’s what it takes to be an architect.
The Ellipzes story began in Romania ( a small country in Europe ) back in 2017 when founder and CEO Maurella Lamore launched a blog that would go on to become one of the most popular and successful online magazines to date focusing on interior design and architecture. Currently clocking up an impressive 3.8+ million unique monthly visitors, the site provides daily inspiration and advice to those who are seeking to improve, organise and style their homes. With an archive of 7000+ posts featuring over 90,000+ images of great interior products and architectural projects it is no wonder that Ellipzes has one of the most engaged online communities on the net.