This book is a series of curated essays by high-profile architecture and design leaders and educators on the topic of professionalism. The book first sets out the current agenda - defining professionalism for the architecture sector - before moving on to focus on delivering the increased professional skills curriculum content within architecture schools as set by the RIBA.
With an introduction and conclusion by the Editors, this book explores what contemporary professionalism within architecture is, and its future, encouraging the current and future profession to address professionalism across the industry.
Country of Publication:
02 September 2019
Professional and scholarly
Foreword Introduction 1 Yemi Aladerun - Visible and Invisible Diversities 2 Jane Anderson - Live Project/Designbuild Education 3 Albena Atassanova - Next Generation Architects 4 Irena Bauman - Holding Onto Ethics 5 Denise Bennetts - Employee Ownership - A Model For Practice 6 Stephen Best - Reengaging Education and the Profession 7 Harbinder Singh Birdi - Shaping the City on a Mega Scale 8 Chris Boyce - Making Money Isn't Dirty, It's Professional 9 Darren Bray - On the Journey of Promoting Professionalism 10 Chris Bryant and Jane Duncan - Small Is Powerful 11 Caroline Buckingham - Leading, Managing and Mentoring the Profession 12 James Burgoyne - Professional Liability Claims 13 Mark Burry - Embedding the PhD Within Architects' Practice 14 John Cole - The Impact of Choice of Procurement on Outcome 15 Russell Curtis - The Pursuit of Quality 16 Peggy Deamer - The New Architectural Profession 17 Adrian Dobson and David Gloster - Architecture: A Convergence Of Tragedies 18 Alex Ely - Being a Professional, Being Professional 19 Jonathan Falkingham - Over-professionalisation: a Point of View 20 Thomas Fisher - Architects as Public-Health Professionals 21 Stephen Gage and Sara Shafiei - Professional Diversity and Specialism 22 Peter Garstecki and Helen Taylor - The Apprentice Professional 23 Ross Gates - Professionalism - Consistency Across Role Diversity 24 Christopher Hampson - The Business of Architecture 25 Nick Hayhurst - Professional Identities 26 Zoe Hooton - Mentoring the Future Profession 27 Del Hossain - Professionalism: The Future for Architects entering the Profession 28 David Howarth - Professionalism Beyond Borders 29 Rory Hyde - Architecture is in Breach of the Social Contract 30 Jaimie Johnston - Professionalism and Automation 31 Alun Jones and Biba Dow - Metamorphosis: Thoughts on Emerging Into a World of Professionalism 32 Paul Jones and Peter Holgate - Embedding Professionalism in Architectural Education 33 Chithra Marsh - Developing a Professional Business 34 Julia McLoughlin - Prudent Practice 35 Walter Menteth - Why Engaging with Procurement is Fundamental 36 Gordon Murray - From Idea to Realisation 37 Robin Nicholson - Can We Afford Not To Collaborate? 38 Fredrik Nilsson - Theory and Profession 39 Femi Oresanya - Encouraging the Profession 40 Nigel Ostime - Clients Want Professionalism 41 Abigail Patel - Becoming Professional 42 Sofie Pelsmakers and Aidan Hoggard - The Value of Sustainable Design to the Profession 43 Flora Samuel - Three Pillars of Professionalism 44 Kevin Singh - Preparation for Practice 45 James Soane - A Manifesto for Academia with Practice 46 Alexandra Stara - Architecture's Ethical Function 47 Fionn Stevenson - Building Performance Evaluation 48 Peter Trebilcock - Professionalism Across Disciplinary Boundaries 49 Simon Warren - Architecture Live Projects 50 Pierre Wassenaar - Linger Longer 51 Alex Wright - Status and Statutes Conclusion
Alan Jones is a chartered architect and director of his own practice in County Antrim, Professor of Architecture at Queen's University, Belfast, and RIBA President 2019-2021. Rob Hyde is an architect, co-founder of Complexity Planning + Urbanism [CPU] M.Arch design Atelier, Professional Studies Leader, co-lead of the CPU Post Doc Research Cluster and he leads on faculty strategy for external networks and employment, employability and enterprise.