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I have heard that most of the Architect are confined to office spaces. Isn't that too boring?

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RE: I have heard that most of the Architect are confined to office spaces. Isn't that too boring?

Deepak Rana
Deepak Rana
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It's not true that the architects are confined to the office spaces. In fact this is one profession where you need to travel to the client site quite frequently. Also in day to day life they have to constantly move around in order to get things done. Let's see how:

1. During the design phase, the architects regularly do the experiements with their models. For this they make cardboard or plastic models. That needs a lot of creative thinking and out of the box approach. They often do it by making the models in different settings. They move around and look for the best possible solutions.





2. They have regular interactions with the clients and other team members. This is important to understand the requirements and the need of the project.


The interaction with other people add a lot of people skills to the architects. They tend to learn more about the management during the course of their work.

3. Good architects spend a lot of time wondering how safe building can be constructed. They often visit old constructions and try to figure out the strengths and weaknesses of the design. They love to work for the society and its welfare. They do their work with great focus as it's going to impact the people.

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