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Starting a Practice: A Plan of Work (2nd ed)
Publisher: RIBA Publishing
Date Published: Feb 2015
Stock Code: 83519
Total votes: 13
The second edition of the popular 'Starting a Practice: A Plan of Work' is a fully revised and updated guide to planning, setting up and running your architectural practice. Mapped to the RIBA Plan of Work 2013, it approaches starting a business as if it were a design project complete with briefing, sketch layouts and delivery.Comprehensive, accessible and easy to use, 'Starting a Practice' provides essential guidance on the many issues involved in establishing a successful business, including preparing a business plan, choosing the right company structure, seeking advice, monitoring finances, getting noticed and securing work; and much more.The book is full of practical advice gained from the author’s 30 years in practice but is aimed at starting up now, in the second decade of the 21st century, with its particular challenges and opportunities. It is invaluable reading for Part 3 students, young practitioners and those considering starting up on their own or wanting to consolidate an existing business.
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Your decision to take the final step to become a fully qualified architect and sit the Part 3 exam is a daunting journey into the unknown. This...
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Jane Duncan, RIBA President Elect
Simon Foxell’s insight, clarity and small practice experience has created the contemporary must-read guide to tackling the many issues in setting up and maintaining a practice. If all practices treated their businesses as an ongoing project, and used their briefing experience to create and review their business plans we would have a profession on top of its game, of which we could be truly proud.
Sunand Prasad, Senior Partner, Penoyre & Prasad LLP
Written in crisp and direct language sprinkled with witty insights, this book is a comprehensive and highly practical guide, of value to all architectural practices; not only to those just setting up but to all wanting to do better.
Robin Nicholson, Cullinan Studio
Most designers will benefit from reading Simon Foxell’s updated guide to practice. If you want to set up your own practice in our rapidly changing world then it is essential that you read this first.
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