This subject will focus on the business of architecture through the application of creative and speculative design methods to the development of an emergent model of architecture practice. The model will be informed by the synthesis of an architect’s role as public advocate, understanding of the architects act, the development of a set of ethical values and critical analysis of precedent research in the context of contemporary challenges and opportunities of technological disruption, climate change, risk, population displacement, staff resourcing and management, finance, health and safety and quality assurance. Values explored in the Architectural Design and Urban Thesis subject will provide a further line of inquiry and focus.
|Faculty||Faculty of Society & Design|
1. Understand the legislative structure of the profession including the Architects Act, registration and the responsibilities of an architect under this legislative and ethical structure.
2. Demonstrate the different models of architectural practice, corporate structures and the applications of each.
3. Understand good practice management including the resource, financial, client and risk management skills required to establish and run an architectural practice.
4. Perform a critical analysis of current issues facing architectural practice locally, nationally and internationally and demonstrate an ability to critique the current status of the profession.
|Withdraw – Financial?||08/02/2020|
|Withdraw – Academic?||29/02/2020|