By M. Nicholson
Architectural administration ДОМ и СЕМЬЯ,НАУКА и УЧЕБА, ПРОФЕССИИ И РЕМЕСЛА Название: Architectural ManagementАвтор: M. Nicholson Издательство: Taylor & Francis Год: 1990 Страниц: four hundred ISBN: 0419177809 Формат: pdf Размер: 3,6 МбThis publication permits the development specialist to realize an perception into the quick relocating topic of architectural administration. topics coated contain: association of layout and development; Computing and the architect.Скачать.comuploading.com eighty five
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This conclusion is consistent with the lack of concern for professionalism in training in the skills and knowledge required for managers in the UK which has been so severely criticised. Although data obtained from current employment should not be taken as entirely relevant to future needs, it does provide a start to discussing what may be needed. The data obtained in this survey may be most relevant in indicating what is needed by the youngest members. Expertise in many of the items listed in the Appendix to this paper is clearly needed early in careers, before being in a post that is predominantly managerial.
The interaction of different subsystems has since become an important factor with the occupants of sophisticated buildings: hence the rise of facilities management. And as the scale of those changes increases architects will be more useful if they have the know-how and the flexibility, 6 A Last Example As I reach the end of this paper I’m aware that many of my examples have come from the hi-tech school of British architects and projects with large professional teams, even larger budgets and wealthy clients.
So far this has been a fairly conventional overview of the architect’s love affair with the car and the manufacturing system that produced it. Love affair is a good phrase for the interest because what architects seem to have felt was essentially a passion, based on an image, rather than a detailed knowledge of how things were put together. That ignorance shows in the projects. The manifestations of this interest that come closest to success and are the most convincing work because of detailed knowledge rather than an interest in the superficial.
Architectural Management by M. Nicholson