There is a lot of discussion about the architect-client relationship circling the profession right now: about which clients architects ought to be prepared to turn down, or about the power developers have over the architects they employ. Often forgotten in these discussions is the fact that the key to making good architecture is for the architect to stick to their vision, and – crucially – to have their client’s trust to do so. In this article, originally published on Autodesk’s Redshift publication as “7 Tips to Build and Maintain Trust in an Architect-Client Relationship,” Taz Loomans offers 7 ways that architects can create this trusting relationship.
“Without trust, your relationship does not exist; all you have is a series of transactions,” says Rosa Sheng, architect and senior associate at Bohlin Cywinski Jackson.
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