Talk:Brief (architectural)

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 Definition Instructions a client may have that an architect designs to meet, usually by creating a building to accommodate the requirement(s). [d] [e]
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Not sure about this

I'm not sure this article should exist. A brief is the same in almost all design and engineering disciplines and professions. I also don't like that it is sorted as "architectural brief". Either the article should be sorted as per the title, or it should be redirected to Brief, where it could become a section in a longer article about eg. what one finds in a design brief, how strictly they are adhered to, at what point they are used in a commissioning process, and so on. --Tom Morris 02:26, 30 July 2008 (CDT)