EX.0.1 li wang

Here is website for this article:http://www.archdaily.com/203841/practice-2-0-championing-the-young-architects-career-a-lesson-from-technology-startups/

Here is what i think:There seems to be a valid topic that no one has brought up. The profession of Architect is to provide for the health, safety, and welfare of the public. This is achieved through the registration process and continuing education required by all states. How do you propose these start-ups would get around this requirement of registration, both as an individual and as a company through the state for which they serve. From a legal standpoint, I highly doubt a mentor would stamp drawings produced by a start-up company, therefore assuming any liability for that project.

Comments (2)

  1. After check out the website, it’s a really informational organized article. It shows the steps and element of being an real architect and the method to achieve success in this particular area. It’s pretty interesting and useful, thank you for sharing that!

  2. This article really gives an idea that you will start from the bottom if architecture is the career you have always wanted. Hearing from others and their experiences is a strong key to know what your getting yourself into in terms of architecture.

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