Architect Saturday, June 17th 2017.
To become an architect, it is imperative that you have the skills needed to solve problems. Whether you are designing a building or trying to meet your client’s needs, you will constantly come across problems. For example, these may involve design or structural issues. Architects’ ability to solve these problems, sometimes by ingenious methods, is not only necessary, but also moves them forward in their career.
This ratio – 1:1.61, for those are wondering – occurs over and over again in nature. It is found in everything from the shape of our universe, the structure of clouds, and the even the proportions of the human body. Humans have incorporated it into everything from mathematics, to artwork, and music.
Ah, architects. No one can know how these creative, sometimes-eccentric minds envision their next great design, but there are some basic truths that make a good architect — and typically these truths require a certain mode of thought. Let’s take a look at the mind of an architect. What traits do the best ones share?
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.