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Practice Management (PcM) focuses on the management of an architectural practice, including professional ethics, fiduciary responsibilities, and the regulations governing the practice of architecture. You should be able to demonstrate an understanding of and abilities in business structure, business development, and asset development and protection.
Architectural Management in Practice is intended to provide both an introduction to the architectural management discipline and a bridge between education and practice. The book informs students about the management issues faced by architects, architectural technologists and surveyors in a competitive marketplace and the practices that should be adopted to enable them to compete effectively.
Well, there is a huge gap between architectural education and architectural practice. When you are in architectural school, design courses mainly teach you conceptual design. In the real world of architectural practice, conceptual design is only a very small portion of the design process.4/4(20).
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Description. Practice Management focuses on running an architecture firm. Under this area, you’ll gain experience managing a business, marketing your firm, securing projects, working with clients, and sustaining a positive and professional work environment.
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David Chapell BA (Hons Arch), MA (Arch), MA (Law), PhD, RIBA has worked as an architect in the public an d private sector and is currently Director of Chappell Marshall Limited, a building and civil engineering contracts consultancy, and Professor of Architectural Practice and Management Research at The Queen’s University of Belfast.
The process by which an architectural design becomes a building requires the architect to control many variables beyond the purely aesthetic, and understanding. The team at Knowledge Architecture is constantly asked for book recommendations on a variety of topics—from knowledge management to research to thought leadership.
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