1. The Systems-Architect, the Agent for the Systems-Architecture Process, is the technical interface between the customer and all the technological Means for helping the Stakeholders reach their objectives.
2. The Systems-Architect manages all other necessary technologies, and is empowered to choose the best alternative technology areas to solve “the problem.”
3. The Systems-Architect must also ensure suitable interfaces between the technologies that must be integrated.
4. The specifications of the Systems-Architect will have higher Priority than Design-Ideas originating at Lower-Levels of Systems-Engineering specification.
5. The Role of Systems-Architect might be carried out by an individual, or it could be a series of people through time, or it might be a collective responsibility. It can be a part-time responsibility.
6. Architect is from “Archi-Tecton,” which Means “Master Builder”. “Archi” is not from “Arch”, but from “Arche”: primitive, original, primary .
"I think Architecture is the science of structure and the structure of whatever is, whether it is music, whether it is painting or building or city Planning or statesmanship”
Frank Lloyd Wright, An Autobiography, Horizon Press, NY, 1977 (See page 131)
This Concept entered by Kay Dudman.