Architect Essay Topics

Renzo Piano – Favourite Artist

Renzo Piano is a famous architect renowned for his unique approach to design and his philosophy. He was born into a family of builders and he continued on the tradition of “making things” as he puts it, by designing some award winning & famous buildings, including the Georges Pompidou Centre in Paris, France, the San… View Article

Architect Antonio Gaudi

The work of Antonio Gaudi can be seen as visionary. Ahead of his time in many respects, it becomes clear when viewing his work that he influenced many of the great revolutionary artists of the early 21st century. The significance of his life-works as an artist and particularly as an architect reveals extraordinary contributions to… View Article

William Mcdonough: Cradle to Cradle Speech Summary

William McDonough is an architect who believes and strives for product designs which promote economic and environmental vitality. To accomplish this, he takes into account how building should be made with consideration to “all children, all species, for all time”. This, in essence, was the focus of his presentation. The presentation begins with a reference… View Article

Traditional Project Delivery Method

The level of documentation available before contracts are entered. The difficulty of meeting at a contract price. The lender’s preference (to protect their investment). After thorough comparisons of various project delivery methods such as the traditional method, design and construct method and in house development method I came to the conclusion the best option would… View Article

Week 4 Hand in assignment

Project planning is intended to structure a foundation for the execution and control phase of a project. When a project is properly planned out project success usually becomes imminent (Zwikael, 2009). Evidently, the importance of planning is illustrated in the article: “Benchmarking of project planning and success in selected industries” by (Zwikael & Globerson, 2006)… View Article

Two ethical challenges

Discuss two ethical challenges faced by the construction industry. In your discussion state why they are ethical challenges? Unethical challenges present in every industry and root of a project, which leads to unsuccessful of a project and delays in a projects completion. It is more common in the construction business to contract a part or… View Article

Patchwork

“The relationship between the object and the intervening spaces is not formal: it is always rooted in the context of a particular setting” Dalibor Vesely (in Brooker and Stone, 2007, p. 57). The Neues or New Museum (see figure [1]) was completely built in 1855. The building was design by a Prussian architect, Karl Friedrich… View Article

Landscape Architecture

The Process of Landscape Architecture In the modern world, there are many ways to go about doing any given project, but with Landscape and architecture, there seems to be a constant of how to plan out a design. A landscape architect plans and designs land areas for different places such as parks, recreational facilities, highways,… View Article

Mis Answers to Cases

MSU-Iligan Institute of Technology College of Business Administration and Accountancy School of Graduate Studies MASTER IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT PROGRAM Iligan City REAL WORLD CASE 1: Toyota Europe, Campbell Soup Company, Sony Pictures, and W.W. Grainger. Making the Case for Enterprise Architects Toyota Europe, Campbell Soup Company, Sony Pictures, and W.W. Grainger. Making the Case for… View Article

A Report on Career Path to Become a Civil Engineer

Introduction Civil engineers play a very important role in society. They design roads, airports, dams, bridges, parking lots and other infrastructures. They may test soil to make sure a building accommodates a site, complete surveys of land, read blueprints, analyze water flow and supervise construction. Civil engineering is one of the oldest engineering disciplines. If… View Article