Strategic Study of the Profession, Volumes 3-4
Royal Institute of British Architects, 1995 - Architects - 88 pages
This volume comprises an introductory paper by Dr Francis Duffy, President of the RIBA, plus reports on client/architect focus groups, seminars for architects and visits to schools of architecture.
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Part a The Way Forward
Seminars for Architects
Visits to Schools of Architecture
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