Does the scale of an office really matter? This question came up in a recent online interaction I had with Architecture students and fresh graduates. Some expressed their strong belief that the scale of the office has a lot to do with what they learn on the job while some others who did not agree argued that what you learn on the job is completely up to you, irrespective of how big or small your office is. We ended up debating the topic in detail and a few interesting points sprung out of it, which are worth sharing and pondering over.
Here are some of them.
How do we categorize Architecture firms into S/M/L
As an aspiring practitioner, shouldn’t you be working with a small Architecture office?
Are medium scale offices best for young Architects?
What factors regarding an Architecture office matter other than the scale?
1. How do we categorize Architecture firms into S/M/L
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