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An architect is a professional trained in the planning, design and supervision of the construction of buildings.
Architect or architects may also refer to:
- A designer or person responsible for any complex endeavor, in which the term architecture is employed metaphorically
- Systems architect, a systems engineer responsible for the "architecture" of a computer hardware or software project
- Architect (band), an American hardcore band
- Architect, a musical side project by Daniel Myer of Haujobb
- Architects (American band), a rock band from Kansas City, Missouri
- Architects (British band), a metalcore band from Brighton, England
- Architects (song), a song by Rise Against from the album Endgame
- Architect (album), an album by Irish singer-songwriter Wallis Bird
- Architect (magazine), an American magazine
- Die Architekten (The Architects), a 1990 East German film
- The Architect (film), a 2006 film
- The Architect (novel), a novel by Australian author John Scott
- The Architect, a British periodical published from 1869 to 1926
- Little Richard (born 1932), known as "the architect of rock and roll"
- Karl Rove (born 1950), known as "The Architect", a nickname given by President George W. Bush
- Architect (The Matrix), a character in the latter two Matrix films
- Architect, a character in both Dragon Age: Origins – Awakening (video game) and Dragon Age: The Calling (novel by David Gaider)
- Architect (software), an integrated development environment (IDE) for data science
- Architect (role variant), the name for the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator personality type INTP
- Internet Archives The Architect
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