Architectural design projects for governmental agencies often have one thing in common: the persons in charge of selecting the architect are not completely familiar with the architectural design process.
Selection of an architect can be a long and complicated process and it can be an unhappy and unnecessarily expensive experience if the client and the architect are not a good match.
Ask the architects you are considering hiring these five questions and allow their answers to guide you toward making the right choice for your project.
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An architect is one of the many professionals in the community whose specialization is designing the best possible layout of homes and other infrastructures. By the phrase, ‘best possible’, it means exceptional physical appearance, functionality, safety and economic value.
An architect transforms a good building idea into feasible plans and images. This licensed professional in building design will be involved from the planning part, to the execution of the plan until the completion of the entire building project.
An architect possesses the necessary skills involved in design, engineering, management, supervision and communication so that a project will finish in conformity to the plan. Although there are people who just see architects as extra expense to add to the budget or obstacle in the quick completion of the construction tasks, the duties they perform are nevertheless indispensable in constructing houses and building structures that are creative, safe, functional and economical.
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If you hired God as the architect of your life what would you expect of her services? Your spiritual growth tells you that you have a choice of two Gods to choose from; the God of separation and fear or the God of love and oneness. Use this spirituality information to compare the two and then decide which one serves you in your life construction project. It is a fun analogy.
The architect of oneness doesn’t advertise like the architect of separateness does. The architect of oneness is strictly word of mouth. This architect knows that the product she is providing speaks for itself and if you want to learn more about the product you don’t have to go outside of yourself to hear about it. It is with you always. Just ask yourself. Dial the internal code, hit the speaker button and you are in contact with your architect, your source.
On the other hand, the architect of separateness needs the help of advertising to spread the word of his product. He uses the marketing expertise of the ego in order to entice the less discriminating builder into this house of mirrors. Most of his advertising budget goes to a distribution network known as religion. He uses almost all of the known religions to endorse and distribute the information that would allow you to believe in the viability of his product.
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