Building the Future
This is a company comprising of a dedicated team of specialized and skilled architects, with the basic objective to strive for giving maximum customer satisfaction.
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For architects, aesthetics
For architects, aesthetics plays a huge role. Therefore, we work to include distinct aesthetics dashes in our every project, an elegant edge which makes us different from all others and help us remain the lead in industry with distinctive brand image. In every step, project and services you can come across the unique edges and detailed thought processes we include, even in our drawing and planning you can see the details which helps us reach the best in every way.
Precision and measurements
Precision and measurements hold immense importance in the world of architecture. It also needs extensive research which usually means additional cost.
our company aims
However, our company aims to function at the optimal level and therefore, it tries its best to conduct the most comprehensive and accurate researches with ensuring minimum expenses whatsoever. .
This way, we are able to offer best prices to our customers leading us to retain more loyal customers and act in ways that reflect our values.
Before starting I ask myself and answer a question: “Who am I to give you all this advice?
In life (unfortunately) I have done and still do other than being an author on Objects . I graduated in 2015 at the Politecnico di Milano in architecture, the one with the address most linked to environmental sustainability ( Technological and Environmental Design ). At university, while I was trying to survive between one course and another, I decided to open Archiobjects first , and then, together with my friend Andrea, the magazine you are reading.
However, these were only my studies and my “pastime”, I have been working for more than two years in the international architecture and engineering studio One Works . Studio that recently took first place, surpassing even Renzo Piano , in the ranking based on the turnover of design studios in Italy.
This does not make me a guru to follow with your eyes closed or an example etc etc I have no pretensions as I write these lines, I would just like to pass you some advice that may be useful to you.
The previous question would have been “am I suitable for architecture?”, But we skip it because we are now here. So what you have to ask yourself now is what kind of architect you are. Answering this question is essential. This will allow you to better develop the skills and attitudes in which you already know you will be able to excel more.
And in the world of work knowing how to excel and stand out from others makes the difference. So try to find your way right away. Find what you like best, what you do best and work less with, and become the best.
“Be cautious in accepting advice”
Told by whoever is writing this post it may seem a contradiction, but what I mean is that you can and will have to listen to the advice and indications that will be given to you, but remember to always rework them with your head. There is no one who knows you more than yourself.
Immediately learn to use modeling programs
This I will never tire of recommending it, I already said it in the post in which I told “things I would have liked to know before enrolling in architecture” and I repeat it here. Both during the university career and in the professional journey, being proficient with the programs is not only important, fundamental, necessary, mandatory ..That’s not all, of course .. but especially at the beginning it is of great help.
The drafting of the portfolio is, together with the motivation letter , among the most delicate projects to be developed for an architect, because it contains in a few pages his own history, his ambitions and his skills.
This challenge, we met the architect and engineer Carlo Ratti who shared with us some valuable advice deriving from his experience as founder of the CRA studio (Turin and New York) and director of Senseable City Lab at MIT in Boston .
From his answers we have prepared a small guide to the development of the portfolio that summarizes what must be communicated and how to best structure it to be appreciated by the examiner.
For the more curious, Carlo Ratti briefly told how the selection process in the CRA studio works and what role the portfolio plays.
Carlo Ratti: “The Portfolio is like a good novel”
“There is no perfect portfolio formula”, says Carlo Ratti, “a lot also depends on the role you are applying for and the experience gained. In general, a good portfolio must be considered as a good novel, whose desire to read it grows as you scroll through the pages … In short, the story of your experiences and professional skills.
And if it is true that “a book is not judged by its cover”, it is important that the portfolio is aesthetically well presented “.
sustainability and cultural
Along with this, sustainability and cultural significance are also included in our mission. This helps in meeting the client’s demands in ways that are not just cost-effective but highly ecological too.
If you wish to gain any guidance with regard to our services, leave us a message on our website or email on our address provided.