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Experience of 'Open Practice', part of Architecture Week, provided pointers to the best ways of informing the public and winning clients Opening your practice

Architecture Week (12-19 November 1998), initiated for the second year by the Arts Council of England, saw more than 80 architectural practices taking part in 'Open Practice', a rare chance for the public to see behind the scenes of an architect's office. The number of architects had increased significantly on the previous year and the geographic location of practices spread as far as Scotland. The response from both architects and public was positive, and should result in the event ...


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