This short note on architectural work is designed to improve the appeal and interest of both commercial and domestic customers, and aspirant architects. Aspirant architects, as well as the discerning client, should know by now that there is a lot more that meets the eye where architectural design services is concerned. Those interested in or inspired by the purely artistic side of architectural work should know that there is a lot more to the work than just sitting at a quiet table drawing.
Those of you who also just happen to be interested, or should that be, more interested, in the engineering field, will be pleased to know that engineering forms a very important part of the architectural trade. Prior to going to architectural school where interested students will go on to complete their advanced degrees, it helps to have an eclectic mix of educational qualifications achieved at college level.
It is eclectic in the sense that not only will the aspirant architectural student be studying fine art, he or she will also be looking to finish college with majors in math and/or science, and perhaps ideally, both. As in all three majors. Major in art, major in math and science, and you are well on your way towards qualifying as an architect. But in the end, or in the beginning, depending at which developmental stage you have arrived, your interest in architectural work should reach stimulatory but rewarding stages.
You are no longer at the developmental or overview stage of your career orientation. You now get to study and practice what really stimulates you. For instance, you might wish to retain an early romance with the classic lines integrated to your public institutions’ buildings. Or you might wish to elevate yourself in technologically advanced high-rise developments.