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From BIM to Facility Management

BIM (Building Information Modeling) has become an essential tool in building architecture and construction. Creating a logical, structured model of all information related to a building project can help the project move seamlessly from one phase to the next. BIM … Continue reading Continue reading

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Architectural Design and Drafting

To be fully qualified in their work, the architectural drafter needs to have training and experience in a wide range of subjects related to drawing and construction. 1. He or she must be completely familiar with the principles of orthographic … Continue reading

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Melbourne Architects Influenced By The Bauhaus

The Bauhaus style of architecture is and was derived from the ideas taught at the Staatliches Bauhaus school in Germany. The school was dedicated to the seamless combination of crafts and the fine arts. The school was in operation for … Continue reading

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Facts About Architects

Architects are qualified professionals capable of designing new buildings, and remodeling of old buildings. Architects use their creation and drawing tools to design attractive, functional, and secure buildings. Construction of a building consistently needs architects to adapt the design considering … Continue reading

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The 101 on Architects and What They Do As Explained by an Architecture Firm in Chennai

Few genuinely understand who an architect is and what their responsibilities are. To this end, an architecture firm in Chennai answers some of the commonly asked questions. What is architecture? An art and a science, architecture is the field that … Continue reading

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