It has become a misconceived perception that architects need to be good at math.1 However, Architects, typically, only need to know basic arithmetic. The following is a continuing series of Architect Arithmetic.
This week’s Architect Arithmetic is in honor of Bjarke Ingels: Skate Parkitect.
However, this probably invalidates the plethora of hours and thought put into their projects. I do not know how narcissistic Bjarke is, but I highly doubt he strolls about the Denmark countryside finding ideal hills to cover in cement.2 Therefore, I will attempt to provide other Architect Arithmetic examples; albeit slightly contrived.3
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