When we take potential clients through the time programme of the architectural process, we are often asked why it takes so long. As we noted in our recent article, The iron triangle, every project we undertake has “unique conditions that demand prototypical responses, the production of which cannot be achieved quickly. Making architecture is like investing all the research... Continue Reading →

The perils of tendering

What is it? A tender is "an offer to perform work at a given price, usually made in writing." In Australia, seeking competitive tenders from a group of builders is the most common means for procuring an architect-designed, residential building contract. The tendering process typically involves the submission of a project's architectural and engineering documentation... Continue Reading →

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