You’ll need to juggle a lot of things if you want to be an architect
If you are thinking about what to study at university or looking for a career change, if you care about the environment and the places where we live, work and play, this film aims to help you decide 'I want to be a landscape architect!'
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I wouldn't go so far as to say that you can't design with revit. Revit is a fully-functional parametric modeling program. It will do a lot if you know how to work with it, but that can be said for almost any software package. Your ability, or inability, to design with revit is very much a function of your desire to learn the program.
I'm glad everydayintern makes the distinction of wanting to become an architect and learning revit, though I'd say it's more of a metaphor than a rule, and just getting a job. I think revit will get you a job, but it may not get you the job you want (dependent on your career goals and expectations).
Would we be having this discussion if times were better and employers couldn't afford to be so picky when hiring? After all, the market is still very much in the favor of the employers right now.
I want to be a landscape architect... by Room60. If you are thinking about what to study at university or looking for a career change, if you care about the environment and the places where we live, work and play, this film aims to help you decide 'I want to be a landscape architect!'I also did a post graduate course for another two years for restoring historic buildings but that may be taking things too far, if you want to be a commercial architetct.Can you juggle? You’ll need to juggle a lot of things if you want to be an architect. Architects are not just designers, they are dreamers and doers. There is a unique mind inside the head of an architect that is magically able to juggle numbers, lines and angles, along with creative possibilities that most of us cannot fathom. Does it mean that if someone, an intern or a graduate can not work in 3D Max, Autocad or Revit, the employer would be giving him the job of concept design development or the IDP? No this does not mean that, an architect has to be good in design, He/She has to be good in Pencil, Pen and any other media, Revit is one of the many tools he/she can use on the go.
It would be a lame thought to not to learn or use Revit or anything else if you want to be an architect.
Becoming an architect requires a commitment to continuing education. First, you will have to go through a licensing process in the state in which you want to become an architect. Most often, this process involves three steps: education, experience and examination.I would say I get that question a lot but it’s really phrased “Do I really want to be an architect?” but since that seems confusing (considering that I am an architect and enjoy being one, it seems like a silly questions). To help answer this particular question, I have written over 50 articles in the last 5 years that have the “Do you want to be an architect” tag on them.I am Anjoe Mill C. Tambiloc, I am a filipino person, grade 10 of Manuel S. Enverga University, I want to be an architect like you, can you help me? what step should i do first? I know that an architect is difficult, but what shuold I do to facilitate it?I have been an architect my whole life. When I tell people who I knew I wanted to be an architect by the time I was 5 years old, they think how lucky that must have been! But am I really so lucky?