The Architect's Guide to Developing and Managing an International Practice
1. Auflage Mai 2021
496 Seiten, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd
Preis: 85,90 €
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The practice of architecture in the United States is often viewed around the world as the gold standard of design and development. Today, firms from the US and other countries compete on a global scale for projects in the developed markets of Southeast Asia, Latin America and China. There are several key factors that have allowed for these increased market opportunities, namely the rise in communication technology and digital design technology (BIM), more competitive foreign markets, and the need to address and combat global issues such as climate change. The Architect's Guide to Developing and Managing an International Practice is a practical guide for architects considering or are already engaged in international work, that offers guidance on the full-spectrum of international practice; from recruiting and licensing to strategic planning and expansion. This guide offers exclusive insights and case studies from experienced architects working around the world. Written by Bradford Perkins, Co-founder and Chairman of the 1,000-person global architecture firm Perkins Eastman, this guide to international practice offers architects the fundamentals and best practices needed to expand their work on a global scale.