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The AIA website is a good resource for professional practice issues.    Which reminds me that my membership is due … 




  1. I found this paragraph interesting.

    “Clients view “design” as the core competency of architects. Clients view “design” as a product—a noun—whereas architects view “design” as a process—a verb. As a result, clients do not recognize the value of architects until it is time to produce “the design,” well after the formative stages of a project.”

    It was in the section entitled “Thinking like a client”

    • I agree architects and clients don’t always speak the same language. There is a great book about just this topic called “The Fountainheadache”. I am going to create a new post called THE CLIENT. Lets say that there is very rarely a great work of architecture without a great client.

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