This is a short, introductory article that could easily be crafted into two halves, like slicing a ripe but firm orange in its equal parts. While there could be many sides to modern architectural design services, the two keynote features of this work will be the art and engineering components. Beauty remains in the eye of the beholder to most passive observers, not always fully appreciating why the architect’s engineering ingenuity is just so important.
Let’s proceed with that then, talk a little bit about the importance of engineering work in architectural design, and then round things off on the more pleasant aspects of art but not just art for art’s sake.
Engineering design in architectural work is critically important. Good that the building looks and even feels nice. But bad if nothing fits. Not good if nothing within the building is working as it should. Infrastructure-wise, the architect must make sure that all pieces of the puzzle fit.
No amount of architectural work is complete without some form of artistic influence or another. Although you would never say that much when viewing an industrial complex. And that would have been quite alright, given that the priority focus would have been on the manufacturing plant’s ability to mass produce. But then again, it is well-known that such structures do tend to create such a blight on the surroundings, to say nothing of those pollution levels.
And what would you know. This article has come full circle in the sense that it is touching on quite a sore point. High pollution levels. But not to worry because these days, modern architects are going all out to present their clients with green or environmentally friendly solutions that, in actually fact, make complete business sense across the board.