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ARC 404 : PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE
B.ARCH VI SEMESTER : FEBRUARY 2015
INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER TOPIC
01 Understanding the basic c...
ARC 404 : PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE
B.ARCH VI SEMESTER : FEBRUARY 2015
SETTING UP OFFICE
OFFICE ADMINISTRATION, SELECTION PROC...
ARC 404 : PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE
B.ARCH VI SEMESTER : FEBRUARY 2015
SETTING UP OFFICE
OPTIONS OPEN TO ARCHITECTS
1. Proprie...
ARC 404 : PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE
B.ARCH VI SEMESTER : FEBRUARY 2015
TYPES OF PRACTICES
PROPRIETARY OR
INDIVIDUAL PRACTICE
•...
ARC 404 : PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE
B.ARCH VI SEMESTER : FEBRUARY 2015
SETTING UP OFFICE
RUNNING AN OFFICE- VARIOUS ASPECTS
1....
ARC 404 : PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE
B.ARCH VI SEMESTER : FEBRUARY 2015
References
1. http://www.coa.gov.in/home/home.htm
2. Ar...
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Setting up architectural practice--
As part of professional practice,
A comprehensive understanding of office set up, office administration, selection procedure for various posts, man power management within the office and resource leveling

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Setting up architectural practice

  1. 1. ARC 404 : PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE B.ARCH VI SEMESTER : FEBRUARY 2015 INTRODUCTION CHAPTER TOPIC 01 Understanding the basic concepts and terminology in architectural practice 02 The differences between architectural profession and other professional disciplines 03 A clear knowledge of code of conducts and ethics in profession 04 The knowledge of apex monitoring body to protect the interest of the profession 05 Role of an architect in conceptualizing, design proposal until the execution procedures 06 The relationship between the architect and other executive agencies 07 The legal dimension of professional practice, architect’s role as an arbitrator 08 A comprehensive understanding of office set up, office administration, selection procedure for various posts, man power management within the office and resource leveling
  2. 2. ARC 404 : PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE B.ARCH VI SEMESTER : FEBRUARY 2015 SETTING UP OFFICE OFFICE ADMINISTRATION, SELECTION PROCEDURE FOR VARIOUS POSTS, MAN POWER MANAGEMENT WITHIN THE OFFICE AND RESOURCE LEVELING ELIGIBILITY FOR PRACTICE Registration with the Council of Architecture entitles a person to practice the profession of architecture, provided he holds a certificate of Registration with up to date renewals
  3. 3. ARC 404 : PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE B.ARCH VI SEMESTER : FEBRUARY 2015 SETTING UP OFFICE OPTIONS OPEN TO ARCHITECTS 1. Proprietor of a private firm 2. Partner/Associate in a private firm 3. Employee in a private firm 4. Architect/Researcher in public service 5. Faculty member in an academic institution 6. Architect-Activist for a Community 7. Architect -Developer/Builder/Lawyer 8. Architect employed by related industries like furniture makers/computer software etc. 9. Journalist, Media person 10. Conservation / Heritage architect
  4. 4. ARC 404 : PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE B.ARCH VI SEMESTER : FEBRUARY 2015 TYPES OF PRACTICES PROPRIETARY OR INDIVIDUAL PRACTICE • Established and run by an individual • Owner brings in all the capital • Takes all decisions and responsible for all consequences • Retains all profit • Sustains all loss • The owner may not be able to stay away from office for long time. PARTNERSHIP FIRM • Two or more architects or an architect along with another professional from the related field. • Legal agreement stating capital brought in, their respective shares, responsibilities, liabilities are all drawn up • “At Will”- can be wound up whenever one choses to. • Clause on arbitration in case of disputes • Profits and losses, responsibilities are all shared. PRIVATE LIMITED COMPANY • Minimum of 2 members • Maximum 50 members • Capital raised by members • If non architects are involved, then it is a business firm and not professional firm • Can involve in various spheres of building activity- developers/ turnkey service provider etc. • Governed by Companies’ Act
  5. 5. ARC 404 : PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE B.ARCH VI SEMESTER : FEBRUARY 2015 SETTING UP OFFICE RUNNING AN OFFICE- VARIOUS ASPECTS 1. Getting Assignments: 2. Establishment of Architects office & its organization 3. Staff 4. Large practices 5. Official correspondence 6. Record of Drawings 7. Financial matters 8. Monitoring office finances 9. Avoiding legal problems 10. Controlling overhead Expenses 11. Staff service conditions 12. Client Architect Agreements 13. Architect as an agent 14. Interaction with Statutory organization 15. Limiting architects liability
  6. 6. ARC 404 : PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE B.ARCH VI SEMESTER : FEBRUARY 2015 References 1. http://www.coa.gov.in/home/home.htm 2. Architectural Practice in India: Prof. Madhav Deobhakta & Ar. Meera Deobhakta

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