This is a continuation of previous series on How to Calculate architect’s Fees. However, it sheds new lights on what the architectural fee calculation methods in Nigeria can learn from Canada.
This is an update to the first edition of ‘How to Calculate Architect’s Fees’ which was prepared using the 1996 Architect’s condition of engagement. This detailed update has been prepared with the most recent version of the conditions of engagement by the Architect Registration Council of Nigeria (ARCON).
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread globally, it is leaving behind several devastating effects on families, businesses, employers, employees, professionals and also architects. As of today, the world has recorded over 85,000 deaths, 195 million potential job losses, a significant decline in business patronage, temporary transition to working remotely or learning online and pay cuts/layoffs if you can not make these transitions.
This is a complete list of the top 10 prestigious Australian universities in 2020 by the Times Higher Education. These universities offer a master’s degree program in architecture that Nigerians and international students seeking to undertake a master’s degree programme in Australia can explore.
Do you want to know the name of that Nigerian house style you have always admired? This post is for you. This post explains with pictures the 5 most popular Nigerian house styles found in all major cities in the country.
This is a list of the best 8 highly ranked Canadian universities in 2020 ideal for a master’s program in architecture. These universities offer some of the best professional master’s program in architecture that Nigerians and international students seeking admission can explore. The admission requirement for most of the listed schools is a Bachelor of Science degree in architecture.
This article highlights 6 thrilling ways Nigerian architects can fight boredom as they work from home. A lot of Nigerian architects are going to fight boredom either because of the general shutdown occasioned by the global pandemic or because working from home has been their regular programme. This post discusses 6 thrilling ways to overcome whatever boredom a Nigerian architect may face.