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Why architects matter : evidencing and communicating the value of architects, Flora Samuel

Label
Why architects matter : evidencing and communicating the value of architects
Title
Why architects matter
Title remainder
evidencing and communicating the value of architects
Statement of responsibility
Flora Samuel
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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Samuel, Flora,
Dewey number
720.92
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Architectural practice
  • Architects
Label
Why architects matter : evidencing and communicating the value of architects, Flora Samuel
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Cover; Endorsement; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of contents; List of Illustrations; Acknowledgements; Introduction; References; Part I The undervaluing of architectural knowledge; Chapter 1 Public image, misinformation and the bogey of dispensability; 1.1 The image of the profession; 1.2 Who needs an architect?; 1.3 The reputational legacy of modernism; 1.4 Ethics; 1.5 Competitions; 1.6 Starchitects; Conclusion; References; Chapter 2 The profession; 2.1 The origins of the architectural profession in the UK; 2.2 The construction improvement agenda
  • 2.3 The struggle for leadership in the built environment2.4 The international scene; Conclusion; References; Chapter 3 Cracks in the professional foundations: The right body of knowledge; 3.1 The canon: architectural history; 3.2 â#x80;#x98;Theoryâ#x80;#x99;; 3.3 Evidence-based knowledge; 3.4 Design research; 3.5 Post-occupancy evaluation (POE); Conclusion; References; Chapter 4 The research culture of architects; 4.1 Research context of research; 4.2 The UK Research Excellence Framework; 4.3 Construction research in the UK; 4.4 Architecture research in UK universities; 4.5 Research in practice
  • 4.6 RIBA and the institutionsConclusion; References; Chapter 5 The value agenda; 5.1 Audit culture; 5.2 Design value in the UK context; Conclusion; References; Part II The value of architects; Chapter 6 So what is an architect?; 6.1 Formal definitions of architects and what they do; 6.2 Services; 6.3 Defining the core skills and knowledge of architects; 6.4 Defining types of architects and their skillsets; Skillset of social architects; Skillset of cultural architects; Skillset of knowledge architects; Conclusion; References; Chapter 7 The value of social architects
  • 7.1 Create environments for wellbeing that change the way we feel and think7.2 Create places for community interaction; 7.3 Co-create places to foster a sense of identity; 7.4 Deliver learning experiences; 7.5 Map and record community assets; Conclusion; References; Chapter 8 The value of cultural architects; 8.1 Use a strong conceptual framework to create novel environments with high cultural value often derived from ...; 8.2 Confer cultural capital and power to client and project through practice brand
  • 8.3 Carefully choreograph the experience of working with the practice, giving added value to the client8.4 Market the practice and its work to inspire debate and media coverage; 8.5 Use innovation in technology and representation to the benefit of brand identity; Conclusion; References; Chapter 9 The value of knowledge architects; 9.1 Make frameworks for the development of knowledge; 9.2 Order space for the development of knowledge; 9.3 Design user experiences to promote knowledge generation
Control code
on1028619818
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781317666233
Note
Taylor & Francis
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1028619818
Label
Why architects matter : evidencing and communicating the value of architects, Flora Samuel
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Cover; Endorsement; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of contents; List of Illustrations; Acknowledgements; Introduction; References; Part I The undervaluing of architectural knowledge; Chapter 1 Public image, misinformation and the bogey of dispensability; 1.1 The image of the profession; 1.2 Who needs an architect?; 1.3 The reputational legacy of modernism; 1.4 Ethics; 1.5 Competitions; 1.6 Starchitects; Conclusion; References; Chapter 2 The profession; 2.1 The origins of the architectural profession in the UK; 2.2 The construction improvement agenda
  • 2.3 The struggle for leadership in the built environment2.4 The international scene; Conclusion; References; Chapter 3 Cracks in the professional foundations: The right body of knowledge; 3.1 The canon: architectural history; 3.2 â#x80;#x98;Theoryâ#x80;#x99;; 3.3 Evidence-based knowledge; 3.4 Design research; 3.5 Post-occupancy evaluation (POE); Conclusion; References; Chapter 4 The research culture of architects; 4.1 Research context of research; 4.2 The UK Research Excellence Framework; 4.3 Construction research in the UK; 4.4 Architecture research in UK universities; 4.5 Research in practice
  • 4.6 RIBA and the institutionsConclusion; References; Chapter 5 The value agenda; 5.1 Audit culture; 5.2 Design value in the UK context; Conclusion; References; Part II The value of architects; Chapter 6 So what is an architect?; 6.1 Formal definitions of architects and what they do; 6.2 Services; 6.3 Defining the core skills and knowledge of architects; 6.4 Defining types of architects and their skillsets; Skillset of social architects; Skillset of cultural architects; Skillset of knowledge architects; Conclusion; References; Chapter 7 The value of social architects
  • 7.1 Create environments for wellbeing that change the way we feel and think7.2 Create places for community interaction; 7.3 Co-create places to foster a sense of identity; 7.4 Deliver learning experiences; 7.5 Map and record community assets; Conclusion; References; Chapter 8 The value of cultural architects; 8.1 Use a strong conceptual framework to create novel environments with high cultural value often derived from ...; 8.2 Confer cultural capital and power to client and project through practice brand
  • 8.3 Carefully choreograph the experience of working with the practice, giving added value to the client8.4 Market the practice and its work to inspire debate and media coverage; 8.5 Use innovation in technology and representation to the benefit of brand identity; Conclusion; References; Chapter 9 The value of knowledge architects; 9.1 Make frameworks for the development of knowledge; 9.2 Order space for the development of knowledge; 9.3 Design user experiences to promote knowledge generation
Control code
on1028619818
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781317666233
Note
Taylor & Francis
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1028619818

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