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Posted by  Blue architect on February 10, 2004 at 02:22:44:

In Reply to:  Re: Why we need "CONCEPT" for design? posted by Jeff on February 05, 2004 at 15:15:23:

concept in design is very important, we can't just do anything we want for our design. As an architect we have a responsibility about our design, every detail of our design must have a meaning. Beside of that, a concept for design will help us to solves our problem in desiging a project.
As an architect, we have to know about the architect responsibilities, for example if there is a client who needs our help to designing his house. we should have a concept for designing that house, so we can explain to our client every detail of our design to the client based on our concept and creativity.
And as an architect we CAN'T said to the client about our design, just like this: " well, i just like it!, it looks good".

 
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