Describe the development of a typical architectural project from appraisal to completion following the RIBA Plan of Works 2013; with relevant illustrations of example projects, documentation etc.

What is required is a comprehensive illustrated report that will form an aide-memoir for students to reference as they prepare for professional practice. The report will describe the development of a typical architectural project from appraisal to completion following the RIBA Plan of Works 2013; with relevant illustrations of example projects, documentation etc. Report to be with many drawings, sketches, documents and other illustrations that correlate to the 2013 Plan of Work stages

The actual word count should be around 2000-2500 however with the examples, documentations, and graphs it should be an equivalent of 3500. and in a professional format. Each stage should be explained accordingly with examples of typical project, or real time project.

the main book to use is the Guide to Using the RIBA Plan of Work 2013. there’s other books from the RIBA about the plan of work. however, the report should go to a lot of details. it should give a brief and clear explanation of each stage with examples as I mentioned. (can be colour-coded for each stage like the book)

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