I don't think so, it's rather the master of the construction workers, the head.
From Ancient Greek ἀρχιτέκτων (arkhitéktōn).
(arkhi-, “chief”) + τέκτων (téktōn, “builder”).
architect, master builder
designer, inventor, author
He "builds" intellectually the building, and monitor the process = acting directly upon it.
But Gaffiot "adds "craftsman".
Modern architects build in the abstract, rather like kings and pharaohs but with a few more drawings and calculations. They usually get craftsmen to do the physical building (oh, OK, with the able contribution of an occasional trans gender fluid personbuilderwoman spectrum).