Your practical guide to starting an Architectural Business
Architecture is 20% design and 80% management. This is an initiative that brings together variety of ideas, guidelines and references for you - the young architects and designers; to learn, adapt and apply these fundamentals of management and be successful at starting your own firm.
Marketing is a process, an investment and a commitment. But it is also the most ignored, untaught and unidentified aspect of architectural education. Learn more about marketing your architectural practice.
Architects do not sell products that come with 1 year guarantee, rather we sell ideas, concepts, and aspirations that people live with. Communicating ideas is an essential skill for every architect. Find out more about communication techniques for architects.
The degree of complexity and the magnitude of uncertainty in building construction are very high, which is why an architectural firm required strong project management skills. Learn about what project management means for an architectural business.
Different people have different habits of using their time. But is time and its application different for architects and designers? Learn more about Time management and what it means for an architectural business.
One of the biggest assets of an architectural business is its team of cad operators, design assistants, technical and administrative staff, project managers and the external consultants. Learn why recruiting, training, retaining and managing these different people with so many diverse skills is so important !