Art Rising: High-Rise Architects and Their Sculptures, published in E RealEstateExec

Posted by Brenda Calvin, The Calvin Group, LLC — February 3, 2008

Some may assume that an architect’s role is mainly of an analytical nature; to plan and put on paper the 101 million details of a new construction project. The architect must consider the surrounding area where the building will be built, assuring that the new design is complementary. The architect must certainly consider how everything will fit together within the building itself: the exterior façade, the floor plates, the floor plans, the elevators, the intricate systems and even the parking garage. He/she must consider the inherent constraints of the proposed building: the area and shape of the site, the applicable building code, the requirements of the developer, the function of the building, the budget, etc. It sounds overwhelming just thinking about all of the details.To read the rest of Brenda Calvin’s February 2008 article in E RealEstateExec, click here.

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