ROSSETTI's own Katie Miller was featured in ArchDaily with her team's award-winning networked approach for a future practice model.
As from the source:
The networked practice focuses on the fact that, as architects and designers, we can do more collectively than we can on our own. The people’s choice award winner, JAMB, is an example of this. They looked to create a membership-based organization where small-and-medium-sized practices can join their resources, enabling them to become larger players and be more competitive.
In every model, the networked practice set up shared resources that remove physical barriers and create knowledge libraries that let architects practice where their specialized skills are needed most. It also enables network members to find partners when particular skill sets are needed that may not immediately be filled within their own firm.
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