Architecture Case Study

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INTRODUCTION Architecture is a profession which is known for its unique discipline with amalgamation of art, technology, community, culture and built environment. It is a profession that builds the beautiful world based on learning, knowledge experience and the modern technologies. Clients in this profession plays key role as they are the one who supports the practice financially. It is totally wrong to say that clients should be given major priority because if we do as per what they say then what is the use of our knowledge and study. The profession doesn’t gets recognised by the number of clients rather it is recognized by good and unique design that responds to users, community and built environment. Thus, Architects and designers are solely responsible for their profession and practice so their responsibility towards their profession and practice, built and social environment are equally important to that of client. “I don’t build in order to have…show more content…
t Human for habitat, Patangyu School, slums of ahemdabad 3. Ethical labour practices “To win in the marketplace you must first win in the workplace.” Doug Conant The workers are the one who help in the upliftment of the organization. It you provide good friendly workable environment with rewards for work then the employer too will work hard for the betterment of organization. “Clients do not come first. Employees come first. If you take care if your employees, they will take care of the clients.”– Richard Branson . Thus, treating employees fairly, no matter where in the world the business is operating and opting to purchase goods/services that adopt ethical labour practices will sustain the profession and

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