I have an admission to make. Before working for Chronos Studeos, my ‘thing’ was words rather than geometry, and the last time I built anything was a tent when I was about seven.
Increasingly, though, I’ve witnessed for myself just how hectic and, yes, stressful but also rewarding and committed is the life of an architect.
I therefore started to ask myself: what DO my Chronos Studeos colleagues do all day? How does a project progress from the imagination to that new structure in the local Mall, an oil company’s offices, or that school in which a child will ultimately learn, love, hope and dream of better days ahead?
Please visit us in the coming days for the first in our two-part feature in which the head of Chronos Studeos and CAD expert Hassan Anifowose gives a fascinating insight into what it is that makes an architect work 24/7 to help the rest of us for whom buildings are, quite literally, the structures and foundations of our lives.
COMING SOON: So You Want To Be An Architect?