Architectural Styles
Brutalism
Brutalist Architecture was a practical architectural style that emerged from the modernist movements of the 1940s. Often characterized by its use of cheap building materials, such as concrete and brick, the Brutalist period would produce some of the most famous architecture around the world.
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Guide to Financial Management for Architecture Firms
Part of being a successful architect – a big part – is financial management. Managing your firm’s finances means managing a delicate balance between your expenses and your revenue.
10 Marketing Concepts for Architecture Firms
In service of introducing new ideas into the field of architecture, we've compiled a list of 10 important marketing concepts to think through with your team and reorient your marketing initiatives from being passive to active. We've even included some bonuses!
Guide to Business Development for Architects
Learn how to start developing new business today.
Monograph's commitment to you
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Architect's Guide to SEO
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Guide to Recession Planning for Firms
Take control of your future and plan for the next cyclical downturn with our guide to recession planning.
Setting Up a Remote Architecture Office
Remote working can save your architecture firm money and make your employees happier and more productive, but it can also be a pain to set-up right. Here’s how to do it.
Guide to Project Delivery Methods
A breakdown of the most common ways to deliver projects successfully.
Guide to Architectural Services
Beyond the basics, architects provide many types of services to support building projects.
Guide to Architectural Design Phases
Creating a building is a process, which is why architecture projects are broken down into these basic design phases.
Guide to Change Orders for Architects
Changes during architectural projects are often inevitable. Efficiently manage those changes by becoming a master at change orders.
Guide to Architectural Proposals
Win More Work: Write Great Proposals.
Guide to Professional Liability Insurance
Professional liability insurance will be your saving grace when things go south with a client – or even when someone comes out of left field with a bogus claim. Protect yourself: learn why you need it, how to get it, and how to use it.
Guide to Earned Value Management for Architects
Earned Value Management is a useful financial technique to keep control of your project's budget and schedule.
An Architect's Guide to Project Management
This guide will walk you through how architectural project managers integrate design and management skills in order to deliver thoughtful solutions that are on time and on budget.
Guide to Architectural Contracts
Start protecting your business from unnecessary litigation and the associated stress by creating an airtight contract
Introducing Monograph: A better way to run an architecture firm
We’re excited to announce that we recently secured a $1.9 million round to continue to power the future of architectural professional services.
Branding Architecture's New Back-Office
Out with the old: how we're upgrading the AEC industry with a fresh, modern take on practice operations software.
Guide to Invoicing for Architects
How to manage your cashflow to run a successful, profitable architecture firm.
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