Discover how to overcome challenges and hurdles as an architect building a successful practice.
Today's interview was conducted by Rion Willard, the founder/director of The Thinking Hand Studio, a UK-based architecture practice.
Today is the second part of Rion Willard’s interview with British architect Peter Barber.
Architect Peter Barber worked with Richard Rogers, Will Alsop and Jestico Whiles prior to establishing his own practice in 1989. He is currently a lecturer and design tutor at the University of Westminster.
Peter Barber has lectured about the practice of Architecture internationally, at institutions including the Royal Institute of British Architects, the Architectural League in New York, numerous university schools of architecture including Genoa, Frankfurt, Brighton, Kingston and Glasgow as well as Oxford University and The Bartlett – University College London.
In today’s show you’ll discover:
- How to get published (2:30)
- How to motivate and inspire your clients about the power of design (10:34)
- How to use the government's framework to gain more projects (16:13)
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Interview Transcript and Members Only Resources:
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