Designing Buildings Wiki

 

As construction projects become more integrated, the kind of knowledge required to set up, manage, design and construct our built environment is broadening. Legislative changes, sustainability targets, integrated teams – these all require new skills and information.

Designing Buildings Wiki is the only industry-wide, cross-discipline forum for finding and sharing information. It harnesses the democratising, open-access philosophy of the social media revolution – the site allows anyone to create articles about subjects they know and to find articles about subjects they don’t.

At the same time, the site enables industry professionals to include a link to a profile page with their article, so their name is connected with the information and expertise they have provided, offering them direct access to a global audience. Designing Buildings Wiki is one of the construction industries most popular websites.

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Great articles on Designing Buildings Wiki include:

 

>> Architectural styles

>> Brand guidelines

>> Concept architectural design

>> Live event production

>> Getting published

>> Smart cities

>> Writing technique

 

     

 

Alex Harvie specialises in devising and implementing content-led communications campaigns.

 

She has developed perception change strategies for large-scale regeneration projects including Wembley Park, the London Olympics, Barking Riverside and the Greenwich Peninsula, as well as devising national outreach projects for high-profile organisations such as DEFRA and the Design Council.

 

Alex’s publishing work ranges from the commemoration of British victims of September 11 for DCMS, to the first definitive cultural redefinition of Iran in 70 years.

 

email:  alex@alexharvie.com