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只有建筑师才能感受到的17种压力
17 Stressful Situations Only Architects Can Relate To

由专筑网李韧,杨帆编译

从我们第一次参加职业演讲的那一刻起,我们就应该了解到,建筑师面临着与其他许多职业不同的压力。尤其是交图最后期限的到来、解决客户的需求,以及达成客户的预期构想,一切的一切都需要高度的品质要求,同时也带来了不小的压力。

通常,我们在向周围的朋友抱怨时,他们其实不太能理解这种压力,因为他们不知道移动一个楼梯或者稍稍修改一个平面会对工作量产生多大的影响,他们也不会知道丢失一支最喜欢的凌美钢笔会让建筑师感到多么得痛苦。但对于建筑师来说,这些痛苦都能彼此了解,因为我们的工作就是如此。

1、打印错误

你已经等待了5个小时,甚至这还是一笔不菲的开支,然而打印之后却发现图面色彩失衡,甚至建筑的边缘没有打印完整。几乎每次打印时,你都能遗忘一些要点。

2、笔芯的突然折断

针管笔的笔芯突然折断,这对于建筑师来说是一件非常麻烦的事。

3、不受控制的CAD

这是我们一定都会有的经历,在CAD中始终捕捉不到线段的中点或端点,虽然这只是一个小问题,但如果到了赶图季,这种问题简直要人命。

From the moment we attend our very first lecture to the peak of our careers, architects are plagued with stressful events that are unlike any other profession. Meeting deadlines, dealing with planning and fabricating the dreams of our clients, our job can be intense and extremely demanding.
Often when we complain about it to our non-architect friends, however much they try, they don’t quite understand. They are not used to the impact that moving a staircase or rotating a plan might have on our workload, nor can they relate to losing a favorite pen. But among ourselves, we can wallow in our pain together as we go through just what makes our job so stressful (and rewarding)!

1. The Printing Coming Out Wrong
You’ve waited 5 hours and possibly had to pay a small fortune, so the last thing you need is the green to come out yellow or the edges of your building to be cut off. However many times you have sent things to be printed, there always seems to be yet another thing to forget.

2. Snapping the Lead on Your Mechanical Pencil
Or equally not being able to use the last few centimeters without it popping back into the pen itself. The value of lead to an architect is something that cannot be calculated.

3. CAD Having a Mind of its Own
We have all been there, trying to draw a line and it just won’t stick—befriending the nearest corner or midpoint instead. In the grand scheme of things, it is only a minor issue, but at the wrong time it can seem like the end of the world.

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4、没有干净的黑色衣服

黑色服装对于建筑师的意义不言而喻,如果没有黑色的衣服,建筑师只能现场利用色彩搭配原理为自己搭配一套合体的服装。

5、建模软件的卡顿

如果一个模型的边缘线数量超过一百万,除非你拥有天价配置计算机,否则你就需要考虑放弃它了,这不再是简单的一个命令就能解决的问题。

6、甲方不切实际的期望

有时候甲方似乎永远无法理解设计的成本,事实上我们也无法只花一天的时间就为甲方设计出完美的方案,我们的一天时间也只有24小时,再努力也只是24小时的工作量,而且,按时下班回家应该是每个人类的共同愿望吧。

4. Running Out of Black in Your Wardrobe
If it is even possible for an architect to run out of black clothing, we are put in the unfamiliar and slightly scary situation of having to style an outfit using color.

5. Modeling Software Lagging and Slowing Down
If the model has over a million edges then you may as well give up (unless you have some kind of supercomputer), rather than pulling your hair out over simply rotating the scene.

6. The Client’s Unrealistic Expectations
Sometimes it seems that clients are unable to grasp how much work it takes to design a building—of course we can’t change an entire plan in a day. We are not wizards that can create time (even if we like to think we are) but human beings that want to be able to go home and rest at the end of the day.

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7、再次消失的耳机

比起建造模型,找不到耳机可能是一件糟糕的事,当然还有比这更糟糕的场景,那也许是耳机坏了。

8、建筑建成后的责任

当一座建筑建成后,每逢遇上下雨天,你也许都会祈祷不要接到客户的投诉电话,来质问你为什么他们家会漏水,建筑师常常会受到诸如此类的谴责,虽然这并不是他们的责任。

9、软件崩溃

我们对于电脑技术一直抱着爱恨交织的情感,我们已经非常熟悉CAD崩溃时的心情。

10、灵感来临时却没有带笔

无论你在哪里,只要不是你的办公桌,便都有可能发生没有笔的状况。有时候,带着笔甚至会给我们带来安全感。

11、同事或老师的反对意见

世界上并没有完全一致的观点,而建筑又是一个充满主观想法的行业,建筑师之间的意见矛盾普遍存在,因此,无论你的想法如何,你都需要为自己理论找到充分的理由。

12、SU模型无法自动封面

这可能是最让人崩溃的一个问题,因为此时的你可能需要花费好几个小时的时间来进行封面工作。如果你的模型有太多的边缘线,那么你也许要花上更多的时间。

7. Forgetting Your Headphones
Striking right before the model-making marathon, this is possibly an architect’s worst nightmare. An even worse scenario than forgetting headphones: they break.

8. Being Liable for Buildings Years After They are Built
When the heavens open and the rain starts pouring down, a part of you prays you won’t get a phone call from a previous client asking why their home is leaking. It’s easy to point the finger at the architect, but maybe we can leave this one with the engineers.

9. Software Crashes
Our love-hate relationship with technology continues. We are all too familiar with the panic that rushes through our body when the error pops up in AutoCAD—questioning the last time you saved and the possibility of losing all of your work.

10. Not Having a Pen When an Idea Hits
Wherever you are that isn’t your desk can present the risky situation of being unequipped. We need to make sure we always have our trusty Moleskine and favourite pen on hand to avoid such catastrophes.

11. Opposing Advice from Colleagues or Tutors
There is no such thing as universal taste. architecture is a subjective profession where conflicting opinions from people are all too common. At the end of the day, whichever decision you make you need to be able to back up yourself.

12. The Faces in SketchUp not Autofilling
Probably one of the most stressful points on this list; hours can be spent messing about to simply fill in the area. Once there are too many edges, you are tempting fate as the likelihood of SketchUp cooperating decreases rapidly.

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13、消失的比例尺

这次又是哪个同学拿走了你的比例尺?或者你又将它藏在哪个角落里?

14、与甲方的见面会议

与甲方的沟通工作如同战场,因为你正在规划的是他们的社区,你需要预测出未来将会发生的任何状况,否则可能会招致居民的背后骂声。

15、电脑运行太慢

运行速度超低的电脑简直要让人抓狂,建筑师的时间几乎按秒计算,我们没有那么多时间坐在那里等它跑完进度条。

13. Misplacing Your Scale Ruler
Which colleague stole it this time? Or is it just hidden under the piles of plans sat on your desk?

14. Meeting with the Residents
Going on community consultations can seem like walking into a battlefield—after all, it's their neighborhood you are planning to build in. It is impossible to predict all the rather peculiar issues the community might have, not to mention the vocal resident at the back disputing your scheme.

15. Using Slow Computers
There is nothing worse than a computer which can’t keep up. Time is priceless for architects and we can’t afford to be sat there mindlessly waiting for it to do its thing before the entire system just gives up.

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16、打印机的纸张或墨水用完了

这种场景如果发生在交图期,也许你会像疯了一般到处寻找墨水或纸张。

17、来自最后一分钟的改图需求…
   
在项目汇报前两个小时,总监可能会充满微笑地来到你的身边,建议你将建筑的某个墙体进行调整,这个想法虽然很好,但绝对不是恰当的修改时间。

文中图片来源:Andrea Vasquez

16. The Printer Running Out of Paper or Ink
This always seems to happen right before a big deadline when you are running around like an idiot, desperately searching for any sign of paper or ink.

17. Last Minute Changes
Two hours before the presentation to the client and the creative director comes up to you and suggests moving an entire wall or curving it. The idea may be valid but the timescale is certainly not.

Images for this article were kindly provided by Andrea Vasquez.


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