So what is the difference
between a Chartered Architectural Technologist and an Architect?
Chartered Architectural Technologists and Architects are qualified and competent
to lead construction projects from design through to completion. The difference is within the specialisms that
they will bring to a project.
Chartered Architectural Technologists’ training and emphasis is the science and technology of architecture and
architects’ training and emphasis is the design and philosophy of architecture.
Whilst both disciplines have their own distinct training and specialism, there is considerable overlap between
the two professions.
Those who practice Architectural Technology as a career are either Chartered Architectural Technologists, MCIAT
or professionally qualified Architectural Technicians, TCIAT.
For a more enlightended view on this age old question read this Brilliant article at Building
Christopher Hunt is not an Architect but a Chartered Architectural Technologist -
a professional building designer specialising in residential development from home extensions to new builds
including refurbishments & conversions.
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