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If you want your Statement of Purpose or Personal Statement to be successful, you have to write it in such a way as to make those in charge of the selection process curious about you and to look forward to meeting you. You need to portray yourself in your statement as the kind of person that they want to have in their program. I am a practiced master at drafting your story in the best, most eloquent fashion possible, in the way that is most appealing to those who make the selection. I am so certain of my ability that I draft the first paragraph of your statement free of charge and at no further obligation.  If you really like the first paragraph that I produce, then I would then be honored to finish the statement on your behalf. 

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Great Accomplishments in Architecture

The Taj Mahal

Perhaps the greatest romantic gesture of all time, the Taj Mahal of India is possibly the most famous architectural accomplishment of all time.

Resting on the looking glass of the River Yamuna, the Taj Mahal is a Mughal Mausoleum in white marble of Persian design.

Shah Jahan commissioned the construction of the building as a monument of his love for his third wife, Mumtaz Mahal. She died during the birth of their fourteenth child.

It took 22 years to build and is one of the most arduous and expensive man-made creations of all time. Under rulings of the Shah, the name of the architect was never made known and is still one of the great mysteries in architecture.

Sumerian Ziggurat at Ur

The Sumerians are one of the oldest-known civilizations. by 2000BC, Sumerian cities were thriving centers of trade, banking, law-making, literature and learning, as well as epic architecture, with paved roads, monumental arches, and vast temple complexes. Very little archaeological evidence from their civilization remains: certainly nothing as impressive as the Ziggurat of Ur.

The Ziggurat of Ur is a huge, stepped, pyramid-like structure that is part of an enormous temple complex dedicated to the god Nanna. At the top of the Ziggurat was a small shrine to the god containing a golden couch. A different woman from the village would sleep there every night.

The Ziggurat had crumbled to ruins by the 6th century BC. Parts of it were reconstructed by Saddam Hussein.

 

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Leptis Magna, Libya

Forget the swarming tourist crowds of Rome, if you want to experience Roman architecture firsthand, head to Leptis Magna. This is the most unspoiled Roman city in the Mediterranean: founded in 1100BC by Phoenician colonists and traders, Leptis Magna became part of Carthage’s lands until 146BC, when it became part of the Roman Republic.

The forum, basilica and Severan arch are some of this city’s most impressive sights. They are some of the finest examples of New Roman architecture in the world, with dignified columns and unique linear forms demonstrating the combination of Roman sensibilities with African and Eastern aesthetics.

The ancient port, built under Nero and enlarged under Septimus Severus, demonstrates Roman industrial architecture. There are quays, jetties, fortifications, storage areas, warehouses and temples to ogle. Who knows how long they’re be around? 

Underground Churches, Lalibela, Ethiopia

In the mountainous region of Ethiopia lies the village of Lalibela: once the heart of Ethiopian Christianity and one of the nation’s holiest cities.

The eleven monolithic stone churches of Lalibela have one remarkable feature in common, it’s that they are all carved out of the same block of red granite. Dates for their construction are uncertain, but believed they are thought to date back to the 12th and 13th century.

The roofs of the churches are at ground level, and their geographic placement is designed to mimic the holy sites in Jerusalam. All the churches are connected via a series of underground tunnels and tombs. They also incorporate an advanced water collection and catchment system that brings water to the village at the top of the mountain. The largest structure, the Biete Medhana Alem, is believed to be the largest church in the world that is cut from a rock.

I help as many people as I can who are applying to graduate school in Architecture and seek to earn the Master's Degree. In Canada, the UK, and Australia as well as the United States, I have helped applicants to get accepted to competitive Architecture Programs producing the architects of tomorrow.

It is always a special privilege to draft complete statements for people whose story excites me, people who I feel strongly are in a unique position to give something of importance back to the Architecture profession. I only do my best, taking the time to reflect on your story as well, usually doing some internet research on your behalf.

I help applicants to university and graduate school in Architecture from all over the world. I especially enjoy working on behalf of those clients whose stated long term goals represent a significant contribution to the progressive enrichment of humanity, particularly with respect to the Developing World, where I live with my only child Davy, and the cause to which I dedicated much of my life.

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Taliesin West

No list of amazing architectural accomplishments would be complete without the name Frank Lloyd Wright on it. This winter home in Arizona is considered one of his most famous creations. Now a museum that’s open to the public, Taliesin West was Wright’s studio and finest desert masterpiece.

Wright’s famous integration of outdoors and indoors is best appreciated in this sprawling Scottsdale compound; the building is also the site of the Franklin Lloyd Wright School of Architecture offering undergraduate and graduate degrees to selected students.

 

The six monasteries that make up Meteora are built 400m above the Peneas valley on top of a sandstone cliff. They are the most famous in the world of the Eastern Orthodox faith; built under impossible conditions, with no road to bring materials to and from the site, Meteora has flourished as a place of spiritual isolation and escape since the 14th century, and today still houses religious communities.

In the past, the only way to access the site was by scrambling up ladders that had been lashed together, or by being pulled up in a net. The rule followed by the monks who inhabited Meteora was that the rope holding the net would only be replaced when “God saw fit to break” the one currently in use, so you can imagine how dangerous this mode of transportation was at that time!

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Chand Baori, India

For some reason, this beautiful and intricate structure never seems to make any “best of the ancient world” lists. Chand Baori well is one of the most architecturally fascinating structures of the ancient world; built around the 10th century AD, the well extends 100 feet below the earth, making it one of the world’s deepest wells.

Local legend has it that ghosts built the steep-sided well and its 3,500 steps in a single night, which is one way to explain how a structure was built with such precision and complexity given the tools of the time!

The well is designed to be 5-6 degrees cooler than the surrounding area, so locals gather there to escape the intense heat. Modern architects have often taken inspiration from the patterns in the symmetrical staircases lining the well’s sides—and we understand why!