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Architect : chapters in the history of the profession. by Kostof, Spiro Publication: Madras,Singapore etc Oxford Uni. Press 1977 . 371p. Holdings: CEPT Library Sch. of Architecture (720.23 KOS) , CEPT Library Sch. of Architecture (720.23 KOS) .
Architects and firms – a sociological perspective on architectural practice by Blau, Judith Publication: MIT press 1987 Holdings:
Architectural practice and procedure by Apte, V. S. Publication: Pune Mrs.Padamaji Bhinde 2008 . xiii,530p. , Contents Foreward I Preface IV I Introduction1-7 Collect more information - Professional practice, Method of implementing your skills - What is next -Opportunities for you - On working in an architect's office - Happiness in life. II Architectural Practice - A Profession 8-15 Distinction between business and profession - Nothing to sell -Fees prefixed and standardized - Interest of client foremost- No advertising - Well being of society IIIDevelopment of Personality and How the Work is Obtained16-30 Aspect of personality - Dress - Address - Good language-Punctuality - Planning your work - Habit to postpone work- Telephone conversation. How the work is obtained - From friends and relatives - By your work - By specialization - By lack - By winning competition - Through chartered accountants and advocates. Before setting up your office - Waiting period- Establish direct contacts with the client. Setting up your office -Telephone - Computer networking - Regular attendance - Soft music. IVPrivate Practice 31 - 72 Proprietary concern - Partnership firm - Registration of partnership deed - Who could be your partner - Registration of firms - Private Ltd. Co. - Office organization - Responsibilities of the principal - Legal responsibility - Systems of keeping office records -Registers - Numbering drawings - Golden rules of office administration - Office correspondence - Ten Golden Rules of correspondence - Use of regional language - Occasion of correspondence - Other acts applicable - On keeping accounts of the office - Income tax - Loan for progress - Hand loan and loan from Bank - Self assessment - Financial year - Assets -Liabilities - Balance sheet - Information about banking and commerce - Solvency certificate - Bank guarantee - Power of attorney - Letter of authority - Reference library in your office. V Architectural Profession73 -128 History - Role of an architect - Professional organizations - Need of an association in democratic society - The Indian Institute of Architects - Architects act 1972 - Need of the act - Main functions of the Council of Architecture - Constitution of the Council of Architecture - Effect of registration -Architect's professional conduct regulations 1989. Site survey standards - Comprehensive architectural services -Scope of work - Schedule of services - Schedule of payment -Effecting payment to the architect - Reimbursable expenses -Client's role and responsibilities - Execution of the assignment -Indemnification - Copy right - Termination of agreement - Scale of charges - Client and architect's fees - Letter of appointment -Working for a builder or developer - Architect, contractor or builder - Architectural competition guidelines - The Board of Assessors - Project brief - Classification of competitions - Types of competitions - Three stages of organising competition - Who can take part - Settlement of disputes - Two types of organising competition. VIResponsibilities and Liabilities of an architect 129 -141 Act of negligence - Architect's duties and responsibilities flow out of - Registration with the Council of Architecture -Responsibility due to appointment by client - Due to signing of building contract - Liability due to contractor's action - Cost overrun and time overrun - Liability period-Criminal liability -Insurance against professional liability. VII On Obtaining Approval142-146 Who signs the proposal - Title - Information about land and property - 7/12 extract - Property card- Demarcation certificate - Boundary disputes - N. A. order - Development control licence to submit plans - Architect's authority - Procedure to be followed. VIII Importance of Specifications and Quantities of Items 147-158 Importance - Type specifications - Make your own notes - Close specifications - Open specifications - Approximate estimate -Bill of quantities - D. S. R. architect and supervision of construction. IXTender for Construction159-187 What is tender - Tender for construction work - Advantage to owner - Components of a tender, a check list - Types of client -Different method of calling tenders - List of approved contractors - Study of papers included in tender - Procedure of calling tenders - Earnest Money Deposit - Instructions on cover page - Receiving of filled in tenders - Opening of tenders -Scrutiny of tenders -Rate analysis - Scrutiny report - Letter of intent - Work order. X Different Situations Arising After Opening of Tenders and Action to be Taken by Architect 188-193 Normal situation - Different situations - Tender offer becomes ineffective. XI Contract194-202 Contract - Five elements of contract - Witness to contract -Indian stamp act of 1899 - Contract document - Before signing contract - Appendix in general conditions of contract - Owner's consulting engineers. XII Different Types of Tender and Contract203-214 1. Item rate tender 2. Lump sum tender - Essential points to be observed - Uncertain items of work - Work below ground level 3. Cost plus percentage basis - Suitability - Advantages -Duty of a contractor - Tender for demolition work - Business of demolition contractor - Procedure for calling tender for demolition work - Precautions to be taken while drafting a tender for demolition work. XIII Study of Contract Document 215-282 Supervision of work -Architect as construction manager - Letter of offer - Preliminary conditions - Basic rates of material and escalation of prices -Architects of agreement - Filling appendix - Importance of study of general conditions of contract - Clause by clause study - Arbitration -A note on fire insurance. XIV A Note on Inspection of Work in Progress283-294 Should an architect visit work - Site - Frequency - Purpose of visit to site - Points to check on site - Building material - Moisture contents in soil - Depth of foundation - Disconnection of soil -Filling in plinth - Samples of material - Meeting with subcontractors - Bar chart - Cement consumption record - Written guaranty - Written instructions - Dowels for future expansion -Hand mixed concrete - Curing of every item - Cube tests. XVInformation about Valuation of Land and Building 295 - 314 Appendix315-523 1.Abreviations 2.Meaning of Uncommon Words 3.List of Books Recommended 4.A Note on Environment Protection Act (1986) 5.A Note on the Energy Conservation Act (2001) 6.A Note on Intellectual Property Rights and Cyber Law for Architects 7.A Note on Service Tax Rules 8.Only Act is not Enough. You Shall Act 9. Architects (Professional Conduct) Regulations, 1989 10. Conditions of Engagement and Scale of Charges 11.Architect's Professional Liability 12.Important Letters of Cen tral & State Govt. 13.Correspondence 14. Tender 15.Billing Procedure and Certificate for Payment 16.Site Supervision 17. Note on Rehabilitation of Slums Index 524-528 ADDENDUM AND ERRATUM 529 Holdings: CEPT Library (720.23 APT) , CEPT Library (720.23 APT) , CEPT Library (720.23 APT) , CEPT Library (720.23 APT) , CEPT Library (720.23 APT) .
Architectural practice in India by Deobhakta, Madhav Publication: New Delhi Council of Architecture 2007 . v,198p. , CONTENTS : Introduction by Prof. Vijay Sohoni, President, COA 2 The Rationale 3 Second Thoughts 5 Synopsis 6 Section One Architect and Society Chapter 1 Overview of Architectural Profession in India 10 Chapter 2 Engaging an Architect 12 Chapter 3 Education of an Architect 16 Section Two Architect in Practice Chapter 4 Registration of Architects 24 Chapter 5 Professional Organizations 47 Chapter 6 Setting up Practice 61 Chapter 7 New Challenges for Architects 69 Chapter 8 Architectural Competitions 81 Chapter 9 Some Laws Relating to Architectural Practice 87 Chapter 10 Project Management 90 Chapter 11 Risk Management for Architects 106 Chapter 12 Arbitration and Conciliation 109 Chapter 13 Liability of Architects 122 Chapter 14 Architectural Copyright 129 Section Three Architect as an Expert Chapter 15 Valuation of Immovable Properties 133 Chapter 16 Fire Protection and Fire Insurance 147 Chapter 17 Compulsory Land Acquistion 151 Chapter 18 Easements 161 Chapter 19 Dilapidations, Repairs & Preventive Maintenance of Buildings 169 Chapter 20 Fair Rent 176 Glossary of Technical Terms 184 Annexure 197 Holdings: CEPT Library (720.230954 DEO) , CEPT Library (720.230954 DEO) , CEPT Library (720.230954 DEO) , CEPT Library (720.230954 DEO) , CEPT Library (720.230954 DEO) .
Architectural practice. by Scott, J. J. Publication: London,North America etc Butterworth Architecture 1985 . x,133p. , ENG Holdings: CEPT Library Sch. of Architecture (720.23 SCO) .
Architecture : the story of practice. by Cuff, Dana Publication: Massachusetts,Cambridge etc MIT Press 1991 . xiv ,306p , ENG Holdings: CEPT Library Sch. of Architecture (711.12 CUF) .
Architecture by team : a new concept for the practice of architecture. by Caudill, William Wayne & others Publication: New Delhi,New York etc Van Nostrand Reinhold 1971 . xvi,346p. , ENG Holdings: CEPT Library Sch. of Architecture (724 CAU) .
Current techniques in architectural practice. by Robert, allan Class Publication: New York Architectural Record Books 1976 . xi,275p. , ENG Holdings: CEPT Library Sch. of Architecture (711.12 CLA) .
Ethical architect : the Dilemma of contemporary practice by Spector, Tom Publication: New York Princeton Architectural Press 2001 . xi,252p. Holdings: CEPT Library (720.1 SPE) .
New practices - new pedagogies : a reader by Miles, Malcolm Publication: London & New York Routledge 2005 . 248p. , CONTENTS Foreword Kieran Corcoran 5 Preface John Butler 7 Contributors 9 General Introduction 11 SECTION ONE - CONTEXTS 1 Saskia Sassen 15 Globalisation: issues for culture 2 Clmentine Deliss 19 Future Academy: collective research into art practices and pedagogies of a future global world 3 Geoff Cox and Joasia Krysa 29 System Error: economies of cultural production in the network society 4 Tim Collins with Reiko Goto 39 An Ecological Context SECTION TWO - PRACTICES 5 Matthew Cornford and David Cross 53 Unrealised: projects 1997-2002 6 Judith Rugg 63 Sophie Calles Appointment at the Freud Museum: intervention or irony? 7 Ann Rosenthal 75 Imagination Can Save Us 8 Reiko Goto with Tim Collins 87 Ecoart Practices SECTION THREE PEDAGOGIES 9 Peter Renshaw 99 Connecting Conversations: the changing voice of the artist 10 Amanda Wood and Iain Biggs 117 Creative Practices and the Stigma of the Therapeutic' an issue for postgraduate pedagogy/? 11 Peter Dallow 133 Outside The True: research and complexity in contemporary arts practice 12 Katy MacLeod and Lin Holdridge 143 Related Objects of Thought: art and thought, theory and practice 13 Lucien Massaert 155 You are Always Someone Elses Monster 14 Mika Hannula 163 The Responsibility and Freedom of Interpretation 15 Tony Aldrich 173 Self-Awareness and Empowerment in Architectural Education: a case study 16 Beverly Naidus 191 Outside the Frame: teaching a socially engaged art practice 17 Jane Trowell 207 The Body Politic: a pilot course between art and social and ecological justice 18 Noel Hefele 223 Green Visions / Grey Infrastructure: interventions in post-industrial society Conclusion Malcolm Miles 243 Holdings: CEPT Library (307.76 MIL) .
Reflections on architectural practices in the the Nineties by Saunders, William S. & others Eds. Publication: New York Princeton Architectural Press 1996 . vii,258p. Holdings: CEPT Library (720.23 SAU) .
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