An Architectural Designer is an Architect who excuses themselves from the construction aspects of the building process, choosing instead to spend their time focusing on the actual design. This is a somewhat privileged position for an Architect to attain-most Architects prefer to design, but involve themselves in construction management because of business demands.
So if you want to stay on the creative sides of architecture as an Architectural Designer, nurture your innovation, and make your time more valuable behind a pencil than on the build site. Architectural Designers sketch out all sorts of structures, from hospitals to restaurants to bridges. In fact the range is so broad, that typically you'll choose an area to specialize in. But no matter which area you choose, your process is always somewhat the same.
Taking all of these components into consideration, you use hand drawings and CAD (Computer-Aided Design) software to create structurally sound and visually enticing building that suits a client's needs. In most cases, given that you specialize in the design side of things, you'll hand off the project to someone else after these designs are created.
Product design engineers often use computers to create designs and reports, they should be proficient in certain software applications, such as AutoCAD, Revit (Architecture), 3dsMax.
Why Architectural Design?
1. An Architect is a sort of an inventor. Like an inventor who goes about making and designing new gadgets, you go around designing new buildings. Architecture is a very satisfying profession Youíll gets a tremendous sense of delight after your concepts on paper transform into real buildings.
2. Architecture is a very high paying field. Once you get through the course and pass out with good grades, you'd be pursued by large firms looking for fresh talent and new ideas.
3. Architecture may sound like a 9 to 5 office job, but itís not. Itís a lot more than that. Even as a student of Architecture, you get to work on real-life problems of designing functional buildings.
Introduction to CAD/CAE
Creating Floor plans & Elevation
Introduction to BIM & Revit Architecture
Detailing Using AutoCAD & Revit
Day : 5
Rendering & Walkthrough
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