During the first five years of a
new architectural practice, typical problems arise that have to be
managed. Based on the reports of young architectural practices, which
were gathered in workshops throughout Europe, this manual analyzes
commonly observed and frequent issues, and offers approaches to
What is special: the approaches were developed
from daily working experience, and can be realistically implemented, not
least because they are aimed at the different phases of a developing
practice - "Getting started", "Making mistakes", "Going public",
"Choosing a specialization", and "Doing competitions".
second edition the texts were extended and corrected; statistics and
charts were brought up to date. The cool presentation remains as
appealing as in the first issue.