ArchiTeam 2018 member survey – part 1

This article was written on behalf of ArchiTeam, Australia's leading representative of small, medium and emerging architects, in my role as director. Between late September and early October last year, ArchiTeam conducted a substantial survey of our members. We received responses from 153 of you, or 22% of our membership at the time. Though we've... Continue Reading →

Site analysis uses the language of your ideas

This is the 3rd of twenty-one lessons for design students, gathered from the combined experience of being a student, and teaching students. I will published one lesson each weekday until they're done. 3. Site analysis uses the language of your ideas You site down with a site plan spread out in front of you. You draw in... Continue Reading →

Good research is essential

This is the 2nd of twenty-one lessons for design students, gathered from the combined experience of being a student, and teaching students. I will published one lesson each weekday until they're done. 2. Good research is essential At the beginning of your project, you are eager to begin designing. Some of you might sketch in the obligatory solar paths and... Continue Reading →

Research

When we take potential clients through the time programme of the architectural process, we are often asked why it takes so long. In our recent article, The iron triangle, we discussed the hierarchy of the architect's priorities and how expediency is unlikely to be as important as quality or economy. As we noted in that article, every project we... Continue Reading →

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