What is the protocol for calling on an architect?
I sell building materials and I would like to bring in a binder with our brosures for their library. Can I just show up? Call before? Bring Lunch?
Asked By: Red - 9/11/2007
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I would definitely recommend calling prior to a visit. Various architecture firms have different styles and preferences, and if they know they're not likely to use your material then it can save you and them time (for example, a synthetic Spanish tile roofing system at a firm that advertises post-modern or minimalist... More
Answered By: Architraz - 9/11/2007
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Architects love to feel like they are your only client. Make an appointment if you can - see if they'll give you 15 minutes - bring food! Coffee, cookies, or both - something edible is always good (don't go mega cheap either, don't break the bank on the same hand) - and bring it every time you visit - they will... More
Answered By: Abster - 9/11/2007
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