Best Practices

 

Best Practices

  • Deborah Berke

    Making Progress With Diversity in Architecture

    The lack of diversity in architecture isn’t a simple problem, but there are better and worse ways to approach the issue. Architect and Yale University professor Deborah Berke outlines ways forward.

     
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    Spin the Web

    Hinge marketing senior partner Sylvia Montgomery says that architects can build their business by online marketing.

     
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    Certified Legal

    Spelling out the letter of the law regarding sustainable design.

     
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    Delivering IPD

    Drafting the legal framework is the first step toward integrated project delivery. Here's how to get IPD projects off on the right foot.

     
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    Soft Mergers

    Building a strategic alliance is a way to expand without exposing your firm to liability.

     
  • David M. Sullivan

    Death and Taxes

    With taxes at the heart of some debates, here's what the election could bring.

     
  • Claire Weisz

    Good Neighbor

    How to help communities reach their goals—from volunteering to consulting.

     
  • David Rockwell

    Do Good

    David Rockwell discusses his firm's pro bono bonafides and how firms can best love their neighbors as themselves.

     
  • Ray Kogan

    Grow Up

    Building up a firm may be the smartest strategy for recovering from the recession—so long as it’s done the right way.

     
  • Integrating design and construction within a firm can help architects generate expertise, revenue, and credibility. Gregg Pasquarelli, principal at SHoP Architects, says that an in-house construction unit does all these thingsand results in better buildings.

    Do It Yourself

    Bringing design and construction together under one roof.

     
 
 
 

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