Written 40 years ago, this text provides an introduction to the profession of architecture. It outlines the architect's duties as client and contractor, key aspects of running a contract and essentials of management, finance and office procedure. This new edition reflects recent changes.
This classic text, first written by A.J. Willis and W. George 40 years ago, has long provided the student of architecture and the young practitioner with an introduction to the profession, outlining an architect's duties to client and contractor, the key aspects of running a building contract and essentials of management, finance and drawing office procedure. This new edition is probably the most thorough revision undertaken and reflects the considerable changes that have occurred in the architectural profession over the last decade.
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Background to Practice:; The construction industry; Basics; Employment; Types of practice; Sources of information; Running a Job:; Stage A - Architects' service; Stage A - Appointment and briefing; Stage B; Stages C and D; Stages E and F; Stages G and H; Stages J and K; Stages L and M; General Office matters:; Management principles; General office practice; Finance; Insurance; The architect as employee; Attracting work; Table of cases; Index
The Architect in Practice by David Chappell
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