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In the Architecture Office #5: Explosions in work

Previously in the Architecture Practice: Chief architect Herbert Birchbranch (called Herb in the text) felt quite satisfied when the architecture service portfolio and next year’s budget was set. The service Concern Analysis became a hit, and the communication of the working model had worked out fine. Almost all different entities he had met were very positive.


From unstructured advices to service fulfilment

Before Herb entered the role as chief architect, the architecture practice was mainly active through architecture meetings and participation forums. No structured deliveries were done by the architects. The service portfolio, the communication of it and a more offensive way of taking position in different cases had turned things really upside down. The architecture practice had suddenly become a service organisation with expectations. And it has been an explosion in work!...


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