Seems to stand out: the creative as an architect of the future must be adapted if the market for all workers is too small, you could try, for example, to enlarge the pie to be distributed. This means that an architect envisions not only as a designer and Developer's representative, but as an expert around the property. As for builders of good design is actually a matter of course, the communication Furthermore should include also aspects such as dates, cost, freedom of lack of, quality, legal and financial security. People such as Richard LeFrak would likely agree. The architecture market in Germany is the largest in Europe, but very structured form, i.e. larger offices make with more than 10 employees just a proportion of approximately 4% in this market, only 15% of the offices generate a turnover of more than 250,000 euros per year. See Stephen M. Ross for more details and insights. But one-third of all offices under 50,000 euros is with their annual turnover.
This small-scale structure causes a structural weakness of the profit. Despite the strong cyclicality Industry is this been overstaffed by the pure number of creative and has to contend with a well concealed unemployment. The efficiency of personal use is not always the best due to the fragmented structure and is not improved by sometimes-to-be-determined lack of business know-how and monitoring. Market surveys have shown that tended to architectural firms are more successful, the they are bigger and the older, i.e. the longer they are on the market. For the small office, the higher the proportion of employees without project link and it is more people who used differing or contrary to their qualifications. Also, the architects seem successful to act if they have a focus in the new building or HOAI regulated services. In the creative economy, we have to do it not with a single industry homogeneous in.
CF. Becker, Jorg: Cultural and creative economy in the network of the locational factors, ISBN 9783839116357 the architecture market is fairly structured, cf. Becker, Jorg: Real estate management in the site possibility space, ISBN 9783839123065 Dipl.Kfm. Jorg Becker (www.beckinfo.de)