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someone who creates plans to be used in making something (such as buildings)

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It read something like this: "An architect is someone who starts out knowing nothing about everything and as time goes on learns less and less about more and more.
The great US three letter firms (KPF, SOM, HOK), other large firms (Gensler, RTKL) and signature architects (Meier, Gehry, Holl) are more than holding their own in Europe and further afield as the American empire continues to straddle the world.
Architect: Robert Hidey Architects, Irvine; Land planner: TRG Land Resources, Newport Beach
Elizabeth Diller and Ricardo Scofidio formed their partnership in 1979, when a sour economy offered architects few opportunities to build.
This helps in another way: Only after the architect understands the scope of work, what the proposed building will cost, how it will be paid for, and how long the design and construction will take, can he or she propose a realistic professional design fee.
As a graduate architect preparing for his licensing exam, Moody worked for a firm in Columbus.
Austin-based architect Pliny Fisk, co-director of the nonprofit Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems, is doing both.
Although he is now recalled as America's best known architect, Wright's designs were too controversial and farsighted to gain mass approval during his lifetime, said Patti Olguin, vice president of Friends of Hollyhock House.
This year's judges were Simon Allford of Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, architect; Hinrich Schumacher of Ingenhoven & Partner, architect; Peter Stewart of PSCPA, planning and architecture consultant; and Roger Zogolovitch, architect and developer.
To help Maplewood adjust its offerings to market needs, architect Martin Fredrickson, Kohlstaedt & Fredrickson Architects, P.
Echoing older New Yorkers who remember the pre-WTC skyline (so close to the one that pains us now), certain professional and lay critics did not hesitate to note, as the site still burned, that those buildings had been an eyesore, that rebuilding would be a chance to get it right, that this or that architect should be chosen for the job.