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Learning to Be an Architect( THE BOOK) -by Kosi Emmanuel(Arc.).pdf

Learning to Be an Architect( THE BOOK) -by Kosi Emmanuel(Arc.).pdf

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The book: 'Learning to Be an Architect' which is my debut print title is focused on the student Architect, The setting is Architecture School but The Language is Vernacular.

It introduces the Yet- to - be- Architect to what the profession is like, but lays more emphasis on the period when you are in college.

Taking you by the hand walks you through Architecture School, telling you exactly how you must conduct yourself in order to make the most of your studentship.
The book: 'Learning to Be an Architect' which is my debut print title is focused on the student Architect, The setting is Architecture School but The Language is Vernacular.

It introduces the Yet- to - be- Architect to what the profession is like, but lays more emphasis on the period when you are in college.

Taking you by the hand walks you through Architecture School, telling you exactly how you must conduct yourself in order to make the most of your studentship.

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Published by: Kosi Emmanuel Chukwujindu on Oct 24, 2013
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CONTENTSForewordDedicationAcknowledgements
Editor’s
noteIntroduction
SECTION 1: THE ARCHITECT
Way of LifeThe ProfessionDo you want to be an Architect?Options of a Basic Degree in Architecture
SECTION 2: THE STUDY EXPERIENCES
EXPERIENCE 1: A Point In The Right Direction...........................................38
 
Ask questions and get clear with the answersEXPERIENCE 2:
Architectural
Design’
101.................................................45
 
Always see the bigger picture; understand your design
 
Start early to finish early; time management
 
keep your social life afloat 
 
work in company of friends who motivate you
 
learn by appreciating others
 
Know when to get some extra hands
 
Be cautious while seeking help
 
Proper presentation does the magic EXPERIENCE 3: Case Studies.........................................................................81
 
Understand the Objectives 
 
What to do while on a case study 
 
Reporting the study 
 
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EXPERIENCE 4: Model Making......................................................................85
 
You can do it yourself, If you start earlyEXPERIENCE 5: Group Work.........................................................................93
 
Discover the power of selective strengthsEXPERIENCE 6: Dynamics Of CADD Use.....................................................99
 
Invest personal resources to become proficient in CADD
 
Don’t
forget the bottom-line; productivityEXPERIENCE 7: Internship...........................................................................115
 
Learn to the letter 
 
Build long lasting relationshipsEXPERIENCE 8: Co-Curricular Activities.....................................................126Student Associations, Design Competitions, Excursions, Sports and Festivals,Seminars, Workshops and Webinars.EXPERIENCE 9: The Student Entrepreneur.................................................133
 
Proper skills + the right opportunities
 
Discretely avoid dramaEXPERIENCE 10:
The Final Year……………..
..........................................141
 
Writing your thesis- The research
 
Managing difficult supervisors
 
Finishing the Design project

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