The process by which an architectural design becomes a building requires the architect to control many variables beyond the purely aesthetic, and understanding how to control that process is key to successful practice. This course provides an understanding of the fundamentals of the structure and organization of the profession and the mechanisms and systems within which it works as well as the organization, management, and execution of architectural projects. Lectures explore the role and function of the architect, the legal environment, models of practice and office operations, fees and compensation, project delivery models and technology, and project management in the context of the evolution of architectural practice in the delivery of buildings.

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2031a
Fall 2019
Architectural Practice and Management
Phillip Bernstein, John Apicella
2031a
Fall 2018
Architectural Practice and Management
Phillip Bernstein, John Apicella
2031a
Fall 2016
Architectural Practice and Management
Phillip Bernstein, John Apicella
2031a
Fall 2015
Architectural Practice and Management
Phillip Bernstein, John Apicella