"It takes dedication and full absorption into the history of architecture as well as
world history to become an architect."
Hugh Newell Jacobsen, F.A.I.A.
Architecture is the art and science of designing buildings and structures. Architectural works are perceived as cultural and political symbols and works of art. Historical civilizations are often known primarily through their architectural achievements. Such buildings as the pyramids of Egypt and the Roman Coliseum are cultural symbols, and are an important link in public consciousness. Cities, regions and cultures continue to identify themselves with their architectural accomplishments.
The Noble Architect magazine is an independent publication. We believe that architecture has had a great influence in shaping our lives and communities throughout the history. Architecture as a noble profession, is not just about designing and administering construction of buildings; "architecture is about where we work and where we live.
The Noble Architect Magazine
is published 6 times a year.:
Jan/Feb, Mar/Apr, May/June, Jul/Aug, Sep/Oct & Nov/Dec
WHAT WE DO
Our homes, our neighborhoods, our places of work, our schools, our places of worship, and, overall, our communities shape our characters. We promote
great architecture and in
doing so, we underscore
responsibility and influence in our daily lives. We have been providing timely news & information, product data, art and architecture history lessons, interviews with community leaders and leading architects, and much more since 2004.
Architecture and the arts have a tremendous influence on growth and development of our environments. Architects, artists must take upon themselves to revitalize our communities. Together, we can support educational programs that would ultimately bring about positive changes to our communities. Support of responsible architecture and the arts can develop the public knowledge
and their expectations. An educated society is never an impoverished one.
ABOUT THE PUBLISHER
Bahram is the editor-in-chief and publisher of of The Noble Architect Newsletter.
He has over 26 years of experience in architecture, including all phases of construction with particular expertise in technical coordination, detailing, and quality assurance of mid-rise commercial and residential buildings. Throughout his career, Bahram has worked with the offices of well known architects such as Michael Graves, Cesar Pelli, Rafael Vinoli, and Kohn Pederson Fox architects. Bahram has earned his Bachelors of architecture from New York Institute of Technology. He attended Pratt Institute for combined degree in MArch and Urban Design. He also attended George Washington University for Structural Engineering.
Bahram runs the Design + Build division of the Summit Hill Real Estate & Development, LLC. He is also
co-founder of The Imagination Tree Foundation.