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To practice architecture means to offer or render services in connection with the design and construction of a building, or group of buildings and the space within the site surrounding the buildings, that have as their principal purpose human occupancy or use.
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practice and architecture
Professionally, an architect's decisions affect public safety, and thus an architect must undergo specialized training consisting of advanced education and a practicum ( or internship ) for practical experience to earn a license to practice architecture.
In most developed countries, only qualified persons — those with the appropriate licensure, certification, or registration with a relevant body, often governmental — are legally permitted to practice architecture.
The term Building design professional ( or Design professional ), by contrast, is a much broader term including professionals who practice independently under an alternate profession, such as engineering professionals, or those who assist in the practice architecture under the supervision of a licensed architect, such as architectural technologists and intern architects.
In contrast to the Freudian school's individualistic style of analysis, this practice studied the dynamics of several subjects in complex interaction ; it led Guattari into a broader philosophical exploration of, and political engagement with, a vast array of intellectual and cultural domains ( philosophy, ethnology, linguistics, architecture, etc.
Nevertheless, he queried colleagues at the architecture practice for advice on how to become an architect.
Advised to create a portfolio to hand to an architecture school, he took various drawings, such as perspective and shop drawings from Beardstow's practice as inspiration.
The practice of space architecture seeks to transform spaceflight from a heroic test of human endurance to a normality within the bounds of comfortable experience.
Contemporary contributions are being produced at the crossroads of other disciplines such as installation, architecture, design, sculpture, electronic art, VJ ( video performance artist ) and digital art or other documentative aspects of artistic practice.
Performance testing is a subset of performance engineering, an emerging computer science practice which strives to build performance into the implementation, design and architecture of a system.
The design was eventually carried out by the architecture practice Dissing + Weitling together with the engineering firm COWI.
In practice, the architect is the one who draws the line between software architecture ( architectural design ) and detailed design ( non-architectural design ).
* In religious architecture, as in Islamic architecture, the prayer hall is a large room dedicated to the practice of the worship.
Classical architecture is architecture derived in part from the Greek and Roman architecture of classical antiquity, enriched by classicizing architectural practice in Europe since the Renaissance.
Although this invitation may have arisen from Charles II's casual opportunism in matching people to tasks, Wren is believed to have been already on the way to architecture practice.
While continuing his private practice, he served as a design critic and professor of architecture at Yale School of Architecture from 1947 to 1957.
In practice, the state of the art has yet to reach this degree of sophistication and most compiler generators are not capable of handling semantic or target architecture information.
Cadaver tombs were a departure, in monumental architecture, from the usual practice of showing an effigy of the person as they were in life.
practice and means
In practice, this means the government remains in power for close to its full term, and choose an election date it calculates to be in its best interests ( unless something special happens, such as a motion of no-confidence ).
Another author stated that " the practice of evidence-based medicine means integrating individual clinical expertise with the best available external clinical evidence from systematic research ".
In practice, this means rejecting " proprietary software ", which imposes such restrictions, and promoting free software, with the ultimate goal of liberating everyone " in cyberspace " – that is, every computer user.
# Dukkha Nirodha Gamini Patipada-Gamini: leading to, making for-Patipada: road, path, way ; the means of reaching a goal or destination-The way of practice leading to the cessation of Dukkha.
In practice, this means that the agreement of the Bundesrat in the legislative process is very often required, as federal legislation often has to be executed by state or local agencies.
In practice this means that even on a correctly configured web server eavesdroppers can still infer the IP address and port number of the web server ( sometimes even the domain name e. g. www. example. org, but not rest of the URL ) that one is communicating with as well as the amount ( data transferred ) and duration ( length of session ) of the communication, though not the content of the communication.
In practice, some of the alternatives may be conscious or unconscious ; some of the consequences may be unintended as well as intended ; and some of the means and ends may be imperfectly differentiated, incompletely related, or poorly detailed.
However, Hesychasts who are living as hermits might have a very rare attendance at the Divine Liturgy ( see the life of Saint Seraphim of Sarov ) and might not recite the Divine Office except by means of the Jesus Prayer ( attested practice on Mt Athos ).
What this means is that by the exercise of sobriety ( the mental ascesis against tempting thoughts ), the Hesychast arrives at a continual practice of the Jesus Prayer with his mind in his heart and where his consciousness is no longer encumbered by the spontaneous inception of images: his mind has a certain stillness and emptiness that is punctuated only by the eternal repetition of the Jesus Prayer.
In practice, this means that jury trials are available in American civil cases in most cases seeking money damages on a tort law or contract law theory, but are rarely available when non-monetary damages, such as an injunction or declaratory relief are sought.
The words are separated by engraved dots, a common but by no means universal practice, and long vowels are marked by Apex ( diacritic ) | apices.
It is also common practice for major mining companies to do the rehabilitation of the dumps to an international acceptable standard, which in some cases means that higher standards than the local regulatory standard are applied.
In practice, the need for predictability means that inferior courts generally defer to precedent by superior courts.
Photography is the art, science and practice of creating durable images by recording light or other electromagnetic radiation, either chemically by means of a light-sensitive material such as photographic film, or electronically by means of an image sensor.
In remark # 23 of Philosophical Investigations he points out that the practice of human language is more complex than the simplified views of language that have been held by those who seek to explain or simulate human language by means of a formal system.
In practice this means measuring dozens of variables, and then presenting them as two or three dimensional graphs.
In practice this means that the Sovereign reviews state papers and meets regularly with the Prime Minister, usually weekly, when she may advise and warn him regarding the proposed decisions and actions of Her Government.
Cros was a poet of meager means, not in a position to pay a machinist to build a working model, and largely content to bequeath his ideas to the public domain free of charge and let others reduce them to practice, but after the earliest reports of Edison's presumably independent invention crossed the Atlantic he had his sealed letter of April 30 opened and read at the December 3, 1877 meeting of the French Academy of Sciences, claiming due scientific credit for priority of conception.
The increase of written means of informal communication brought about by the Internet has produced the practice of using quotations as personal flags, as in one's own signature block.