Why Architects need to do more feasibility studies

References for a talk I did for SAIAshare on 5 August 2022 are outlined below.

The talk covered why feasibility studies can help Architects do better projects and is covered in a short guide that I am developing.

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References

Eliud Kipchoge becomes the first human to break the two-hour marathon barrier
https://www.ineos159challenge.com/news/history-is-made-as-eliud-kipchoge-becomes-first-human-to-break-the-two-hour-marathon-barrier/
 Mill Lane Gardening Centre
https://milllanegarden.square.site/
Globe Theatre
https://www.shakespearesglobe.com/
Thuba Makote
Gibberd, 2004. Thuba Makote: Schools as Centres for Community Development
Department of the Environment
https://www.dffe.gov.za/6greenstars_shine_atenvironmentalaffairs
A Performance-Based Design and Delivery Process
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/317138627_A_Performance-Based_Design_and_Delivery_Process/figures?lo=1
National Treasury Infrastructure Guidelines
http://www.treasury.gov.za/publications/guidelines/Infrastructure%20Planning%20and%20Appraisal%20Guideline.pdf
Guidelines to Professional fees
https://www.gov.za/documents/architectural-profession-act-guideline-professional-fees-issued-terms-section-34-2-4-jun
Bartlett Summer Show 2022
https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/architecture/events/2022/jul/bartlett-summer-show-2022