Citations with the tag: ARCHITECTS
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- Architects slam 'garden grab' law.
// Building Design; 6/11/2010, Issue 1920, p3
The article focuses on the reactions raised by architects regarding the government's move to change the planning law in Great Britain.
- A journey.
Varady, Stephen // Architecture Australia; Jan/Feb95, Vol. 84 Issue 1, p32
Focuses on young architects in Australia. Comparsion with overseas counterparts; Main sources for young architects.
- Liability: what must we do?
Schmertz, Mildred F. // Architectural Record; Jun1986, Vol. 174 Issue 7, p9
Introduces a series of articles about the problems of designing buildings and the issues facing architects that were explored during symposium conducted by the American Institute of Architects in 2006.
- Design awards/competitions: design/build...
Russell, J.S. // Architectural Record; Aug1988, Vol. 176 Issue 9, p46
Design/build competitions are being hailed by public agencies as a cost-effective way to nurture great architecture. But in some cases, the selection can become tangled in local politics and offer significant financial risk to architectural firms.
- Practice: a fresh look at liability with...
Sapers, C.M. // Architectural Record; Sep1988, Vol. 176 Issue 10, p43
Opinion. Discusses architectural liability--the rising cost of liability insurance and the increasing number of claims being made against architects. Suggests that arbitration, mediation, and contract covenants are alternate remedies between architects and clients or contractors.
- Legal perspectives: Should you decline...
Kornblut, A. // Architectural Record; Oct1988, Vol. 176 Issue 12, p37
Opinion. The architect is the initial decision-maker when disputes or claims arise between the owner and the contractor. While the law has granted architects immunity from liability, a potential trap can be created. Suggests ways to avoid this dilemma, as well as spending excessive amounts of...
- Practice: how to get the best deal on your...
Pennington, E.J. // Architectural Record; Dec1988, Vol. 176 Issue 14, p15
Discusses liability insurance and offers tips on how to avoid such common pitfalls as not covering special needs, picking the wrong limits and deductibles, and presenting the firm as a greater risks than it really is.
- Legal perspectives: Watch out for this new `model' owner/design-professional agreement.
Kornblut, A.T. // Architectural Record; Feb1989, Vol. 177 Issue 2, p29
Describes the problems associated with a new contract produced by the National Association of Attorneys General entitled `A Model Form Agreement Between Owner and Design Professionals.'
- Marketing: The woman-managed firm: How big a deal?
Miller, R.L. // Architectural Record; Jun1989, Vol. 177 Issue 7, p47
Reports on two case studies of how women are successfully meeting new challenges in the changing profession of architecture. Jo Anne Murray of Murray & Associates; Mary-Jean Eastman and Barbara Geddis of Perkins Geddis Eastman.
- Architects, engineers, and the `practice overlap.'
Schmertz, M.F. // Architectural Record; Jul1989, Vol. 177 Issue 8, p11
Editorial. Discusses the American Institute of Architects' (AIA) definition of the role of the architect as it relates to interior design and engineering. Licensing the interior-design profession; AIA's relationship with the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE).
- How do they get those commissions?
Heery, G.; Heery, L. // Architectural Record; Jan1990, Vol. 178 Issue 1, p34
Architects George and Laura Heery interview Peter Eisenman of Eisenman Architects, Eugene Kohn of Kohn Pederson Fox Associates, and Ross Anderson and Fred Schwartz of Anderson/Schwartz Architects. Marketing techniques in the architectural profession.
- A resourceful profession meets the future.
Gutman, R. // Architectural Record; Jan1990, Vol. 178 Issue 1, p56
Analyst Robert Gutman assesses architects' current status and reasons why architects are getting more jobs, attracting young recruits, and gathering increasing attention from the public and media. Challenges to architects in the coming decade.
- Awards for wood buildings.
Gutman, R. // Architectural Record; Feb1990, Vol. 178 Issue 2, p24
Lists the 13 winners of the Cedar Shake & Shingle Bureau/American Institute of Architects awards for wood buildings, presented at the Bureau's 74th annual meeting in Seattle last September.
- The ins and outs of living with lawyers.
Sapers, C. // Architectural Record; Feb1990, Vol. 178 Issue 2, p55
Discusses the uneasy union of architects and lawyers, in such areas as giving harmful information to insurers, conflicts of interest, and construction disputes.
- Spain fetes modernism.
Cohn, D. // Architectural Record; Jun1990, Vol. 178 Issue 7, p47
Examines the works of the new generation of Spanish architects who show they still believe in Modernism. Guillermo Vazquez Consuegra; Rafael Moneo; Pep Bonet; Helio Pinon; Albert Viaplana.
- How three architects market themselves.
Polites, N.J. // Architectural Record; Jul1990, Vol. 178 Issue 8, p27
Describes three different approaches to marketing used by three architects in different firms. Includes Samuel White of the New York firm of Buttrick White and Burtis, Leland Cott of Bruner/Cott & Associates, and Hugh Newell Jacobsen.
- Starting your own firm.
Perkins, B. // Architectural Record; Sep1990, Vol. 178 Issue 10, p37
Part I. Outlines ten ways that young architects can start their own practice. Case studies for each scenario; Importance of motivation; Assembling the resources for start-up; Getting the first projects.
- Making it in a changing economy.
Hoyt, C.K. // Architectural Record; Sep1990, Vol. 178 Issue 10, p47
Offers advice from experts in the architectural field on how to succeed in the changing economy. Finding new and untapped niches; Approaching clients in new areas; Taking on marginally profitable projects; Reducing costs; Cutting staff; Stirring up work in a down market.
- Design for schmoozing.
Moorhead, G. // Architectural Record; Jan1991, Vol. 179 Issue 1, p23
Summarizes comments on urban architecture's needs for a balanced environment by architects William H. Whyte, Peter Eisenman, Peter Calthorpe and Anthony Walmsley. The occasion was the Second International Cubit Symposium on Architecture and Culture, held by Texas A&M and the University of...
- Report from Eastern Europe.
Bleznick, S.R. // Architectural Record; Jan1991, Vol. 179 Issue 1, p31
Summarizes the pros and cons of United States' architects practicing in foreign countries, with examples from Gunnar Birkerts' experiences in Latvia.
- Will the real architect stand up?
Coxe, W. // Architectural Record; Jul1991, Vol. 179 Issue 7, p74
No abstract available.
- Pulling together.
Ostrom, A. // Architectural Record; Jul1991, Vol. 179 Issue 7, p83
No abstract available.
- Shaping fees creatively.
Perkins, B. // Architectural Record; Nov1991, Vol. 179 Issue 11, p41
Gives advice on how to get higher architectural fees whether value priced or not. Discusses the questions to ask before setting fees and how to use answers creatively to get higher fees.
- Repositioning the architect: From recession to a new diversity.
Kliment, S.A. // Architectural Record; Mar1992, Vol. 180 Issue 3, p9
Editorial. Comments on the current bleak outlook for architects and looks at the steps being taken to make the profession more stable and viable. Argues that architects must now look at the diversity of roles in architecture and seize their opportunities.
- Evaluating owners' selection procedures.
Sessler, S.M. // Architectural Record; Mar1992, Vol. 180 Issue 3, p41
Presents an overview of the procedures clients can use to screen and select architects and engineers for larger projects. Gives advice on how to manage a selection without risking making that choice for the wrong reasons.
- The best customer.
Kliment, S.A. // Architectural Record; May1992, Vol. 180 Issue 5, p9
Editorial. Contends that an educated and involved client is invaluable to architects. Summarizes recent advances in making architectural literacy a regular part of every student's education.
- The black architect's experience.
Bond Jr., J.M. // Architectural Record; Jun1992, Vol. 180 Issue 6, p60
Looks at the work of black architects and their roles in architecture's history. Looks at the context and history that have influenced Jack Travis' book `African-American Architects in Current Practice.' Media image; Combining architecture and urban design; Future needs.
- Securing the U.S. abroad.
Knoop, Stuart L. // Architectural Record; Aug1992, Vol. 180 Issue 8, p36
Discusses the difficulties architects face when designing buildings to reflect America's values, while meeting security concerns for United States embassies. Examines one such building's site plan, security zoning and access control. Security Act; Terrorism statistics; Assessing risks.
- Architects at large: A record survey, Part II.
Hoyt, Charles K. // Architectural Record; Nov1992, Vol. 180 Issue 11, p26
Presents the results of the survey of licensed architects who have left private practices to work elsewhere. Satisfactions and peeves; Motivations; Thoughts about going back to private practice; Money matters; Preparation provided by architectural school; Advice to others considering leaving...
- Busy architects.
Stern, Lee // Fairfield County Business Journal; 07/27/98, Vol. 37 Issue 30, p14
Reports on the increased business activity of architects in Fairfield County, Connecticut. Growing emphasis on remodeling office space to accommodate trading floors for financial institutions operating in the county; Need for architects to be technologically sophisticated to serve the...
- Master builders.
Stein, K. // Harper's Bazaar; Aug90, Issue 3344, p168
Briefly profiles several leading architects. Philip Johnson; Peter Eisenman; Michael Graves; Frank Gehry; Career highlights; Current projects.
- Architects face new education standards.
Olson, Scott // Indianapolis Business Journal; 3/24/2003, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p24
Reports the passage of a bill in the Indiana Senate that would allow the Board of Registration for Architects and Landscape Architects to adopt continuing education requirements. Support of the architectural profession to the bill; Provisions of the bill.
- Tour to give glimpse into architects' homes.
Kohout, Cheryl // Inside Tucson Business; 04/13/98, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p9
Focuses on a fund raising tour of architects' homes in Arizona on April 19, 1998 in connection with the Architecture Week '98 celebration of the American Institute of Architects Arizona on April 18-25, 1998. Architects featured in the event; Schedules; Contact information.
- L.V. architects fight for recognition.
Ward, Ken // Las Vegas Business Press; 07/07/97, Vol. 14 Issue 27, p25
Reports on the efforts of architects in Las Vegas, Nevada to compete with out of state firms. Estimated number of building permits issued in 1996; Increase in the number of licensed architects in the state; Provision of specialized support services by local firms; Clients' preference for known...
- LV architects come into their own.
Ward, Ken // Las Vegas Business Press; 07/06/98, Vol. 15 Issue 27, p31
Focuses on the growing demand for architects in Las Vegas, Nevada. Factors affecting the growth in demand for architects; Comment by Paul Farkas, architectural superintendent for Las Vegas, Nevada; Major construction projects in the city.
- Skyscraper couture.
Astor, Joseph; Tyrnauer, Matthew // Vanity Fair; Jul96, Issue 431, p90
Features leading architects and the buildings they conceived. Includes I.M. Pei and the glass pyramidic entrance to the Louvre in Paris, France; Philip Johnson and the PPG Building; Norman Foster and the Hong Kong Shanghai Bank building.
- Selected Architects and Some of Their Achievements.
Astor, Joseph; Tyrnauer, Matthew // World Almanac & Book of Facts; 2000, p337
No abstract available.
- New products.
Astor, Joseph; Tyrnauer, Matthew // Architectural Record; Jul1997, Vol. 185 Issue 7, p141
Presents information on various products relating to architects. Information on furniture pieces designed by three architects; Comments from architect Charles C. Deam; Indepth look at a bullet-resistant glass block and Victorian-style floor tiles.
- Architectural crisis in France: `Something has to give.'
Vonier, Thomas // Architectural Record; Aug1997, Vol. 185 Issue 8, p36
Reports that in France, architects are without full-time work in their profession. Estimated number of architects who are believed to be without work; Demands made by clients who are aware that work for architects is scarce.
- Speak out.
Friedlander, Mark C. // Architectural Record; Sep1997, Vol. 185 Issue 9, p20
Opinion. Comments on the direction of architecture as a profession. Hostility of architectures towards design-building; Benefits of designer-led design-build to the architect; Architect's key to business structure.
- A new way of seeing.
Ivy, Robert A. // Architectural Record; Jan1998, Vol. 186 Issue 1, p15
No abstract available.
- Addressing a common dilemma: How to balance firm size, staff experience, and quantity of work.
Harris, Susan L. // Architectural Record; Feb1998, Vol. 186 Issue 2, p20
Focuses on the question of how to effectively work with inexperienced new staff members when clients demand that everything be done fast and well. Information on the role of coaching by architects.
- Young English duo explores the importance of being modest.
Carter, Brian // Architectural Record; Feb1998, Vol. 186 Issue 2, p29
Features the Abbey Mills pumping station and its architects. Information on the design of the building; Identification of Allies and Morrison as the architects of the building; Reference to the exhibition catalog published by the University of Michigan.
- American ingenuity.
Book, Jeff // House Beautiful; Nov96, Vol. 138 Issue 11, p172
Presents photographs of Savannah-born architect Alan Buchsbaum's works from 1972 to 1987. How he views a good architecture; Book which discusses his works.
- Brendan Gill: on architecture and...
Gill, B. // Architectural Digest; Oct88, Vol. 45 Issue 10, p68
The author, architect Brendan Gill, describes his childhood in Hartford, Connecticut, the house he lived in and his lifelong scholarship, dedicated to studying interesting architectural examples.
- Antiques: Herter Brothers.
Harris, D. // Architectural Digest; Mar1992, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p156
Examines the history of Herter Brothers, a 19th-20th century New York City firm of designer-architects and furniture makers. Looks at examples of Herter Brothers furniture, known for its fastidious craftsmanship and Anglo-Japanese style. Clients; Training; Trademark elements.
- Technology trends draw architects into the future.
Beauprez, Jennifer // Crain's Cleveland Business; 09/15/97, Vol. 18 Issue 37, p17
Reports on the constant pressure being placed on architects to draw buildings which relate to technology. Statements from Richard Bauschard, managing partner of WTW Architects in Cleveland; High-tech research and development center at the Medical College of Ohio being designed by workers of WTW.
- Taken out of context.
Watanabe, Hiroshi // Design Quarterly; Summer94, Issue 161, p4
Features Western architects in Japan. Views of Western architects on working with Japanese contractors; Intercession of Japanese architects on behalf of Western architects; Opportunities of working in Japan; Introduction of politics into architecture; Expansion of public works programs; Advice...
- N.H. architect gives Czech visitors a taste of U.S. design practices.
Wood, David W. // New Hampshire Business Review; 11/08/96, Vol. 18 Issue 23, p43
No abstract available.
- Another mixed year with the public awaits.
Wood, David W. // Building Design; 1/10/2003, Issue 1561, p11
Comments on opinions given by various groups of people on what they expect of architects in Great Britain, for 2003. Need to focus more on the style of buildings; Importance of the role of architects in society.