by Danielle Willkens Associate AIA FRSA LEED AP BD+C
A helpful handbook for young architects
In architecture, technology, creativity, engineering, and even psychology are all intertwined. Find out the possibilities with this in-depth architecture book for teens. Delve into the world of architecture, explore contemporary sustainability initiatives, and investigate specific real-world architectural projects.
Follow an overview of architectural movements and designers from prehistory to modern-day, and explore interviews with working professionals. You’ll learn how to become an architect, and you’ll get a tonne of practical advice about your future in the field.
Go beyond other architecture books for teens with:
- Architectural Essentials: The five main building blocks of architecture are structure, programme, economics, aesthetics, and region.
- Excellent career options: Focus on residential or industrial architecture, historic preservation, landscaping, urban planning, and more.
- Real-world examples: detailed breakdowns of the design process, with illustrations, illustrations, and detailed breakdowns of the design process.
This collection is a great place to start learning about architecture as a career.
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