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What is going wrong with architectural competitions?

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Dear Will. Although your reply above is appreciated and understood, is it not the case that that real work that was won would have been won by someone in the profession anyway? The process by which it has been won is essentially a net loss to the profession as a whole which leads to les pay and productivity generally - this lack of collective overview is part of the problem. There has to be a better, more efficient, method of clients selecting architects to progress projects that works for both them and the wider architectural profession. At the moment there is simply too much time, money and effort wasted.

Posted date

3 May, 2018

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7:18 am

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