The Architect’s Perspective on the Client’s Bill of Rights and Obligations

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The major print publication on learning spaces planning developed under the aegis of Project Kaleidoscope (PKAL) was PKAL Volume III: Structures for Science— A Handbook on Planning Facilities for Undergraduate Natural Science Communities. The central theme throughout the handbook is that planning spaces for learning is a community-initiative, one engaging different players at different stages of the process—from within and beyond the campus.

For many faculty (and perhaps some administrators) it may be the first time for substantive and critical engagement with architects and other design professionals who will be responsible for translating your visions and ideas into physical reality. Thus, as architects come to understand the language of learners and learning communities, academics should be comfortable with language from the design professional community.

Here, from Volume III, is the Client’s Bill of Rights and Obligations, outlined from the perspective of an architect. Read more>>