Current changes and advances in environmental law are included in this updated and enriched volume. A summary and reference manual, to support training and entry into the profession.
To answer the questions raised about the profession of architect by all those who are concerned by the vast construction sector, Isabelle Chesneau brought together 38 professionals working in this field, most of whom contribute to training future architects. , in particular within the National School of Architecture of Paris-Malaquais.
From the integration of graduates into the project management sector to the reception of the work, including the rules of the liberal profession, contractual practices, the influence of the regulatory environment, the economic issues of the project , the agency and the site management, the different theoretical and practical facets of the exercise of the profession are precisely described, documented and illustrated with testimonials. The entire professional ecosystem to which the architect belongs is thus reconstituted. Without excluding the contributions of history, philosophy, sociology, law, economics and political science, complex knowledge and know-how - patiently analyzed - are directly accessible here.
In fact, the architect has a large margin of maneuver in the exercise of his profession, on the condition of knowing well the perimeter and of mastering the theoretical foundations. Finally, we will take the full measure of a central notion, responsibility, a corollary of the freedom of architects who build.
audiences: students of schools of architecture, candidates for accreditation to project management in their own name, future graduates of training courses in construction trades, construction and town planning professionals working with architects .
In summary :
- Integration into the architectural and urban project management sector
- The exercise of the profession of architect
- Contractual practices
- The regulatory environment
- The economics of the project and the architectural firm
- Organization and site monitoring