A professional who designs buildings or other structures, or who prepares plans and superintends construction. (noun)
To design, plan, or orchestrate. (verb)
Examples of word architect
“I am very annoyed at the current usage of the term architect,” writes Fran Read, who is one.
PS: I prefer the term architect over engineer, unless you like to be formal then it's CTO
Either the architect is a liar who should be prosecuted for shoddy construction, or the buildings were taken down by demolition charges for dramatic effect and to cover up evidence?
I spoke to an architect from a leading design firm at the RIBA recently, and he was adamant that a large multi-disciplinary consultancy had no need to interact with co-professionals from other firms through social networks – “our in-house resources are more than adequate,” he insisted.
I am hoping someone on the forum can share their experience/knowledge - we bought land last year (yeah!) and have just reached the point where our architect is submitting the plans to the local office for planning permission.
Deffintely the architect is less responsable for an asked service than a sick system that could induce such a stupid client-request.
Simon Conder, a British architect, is responsible for this beautiful conversion of a group of farm