Can an architectural practice survive the demise of a ‘starchitect’? Recent events have prompted Edwin Heathcote and Simon Nelson to tackle this timely topic.
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Ian Motley offers an introduction into fee proposals, and suggests success may not depend on the amount you quote, but the range of options you provide.
When it comes to access control, no facility has a greater range of requirements than airports, reports David Wilson. Tailoring solutions to the myriad different areas is the only way to make sure that passengers are always secure and never inconvenienced.
Architecture studios all have to start somewhere, but what makes a practice grow to a medium- to large-sized business, and what infrastructure is required to make the expansion successful?