From the ancient maritime cities of Bristol and Plymouth to the industrial heritage of Cornwall and Swindon, and the landscaped beauty of the Cotswolds and South Dorset Downs, our region is one of beauty, innovation and enterprise.
Through our members and the RIBA national network, we work with partners and organisations across the region and the UK to champion better buildings, communities and the environment.
RIBA South West
Unit 4.8, Paintworks
Bristol BS4 3EH
Tel: +44 (0)844 800 2767
News from RIBA South West
Click on the stories below from the South West region at the RIBA.
16 projects across the South West of England have been shortlisted for the RIBA Awards 2015, from a total of 48 entries in the region. From Hayle to Dorset to Gloucestershire, projects of diverse type and location will be visited in March before the …
The RIBA's CDM 2015 knowledge hub will keep you updated on what you need to know as an architect, including key information on the new principal designer role.
For one weekend only, a free pop-up ideas exhibition is springing up in the city. The Imagine Bath programme called on public and professionals to think up transformative ideas for the city. Citizens, architects, students and professionals submitted …
Bristol and Bath
Chair: Andy Bourne
Architects Benevolent Society: Sian Smith
Chair: Matt Wills
Architects Benevolent Society: John Wilks
A core group of members organise and deliver activities and projects in Dorset.
Architects Benevolent Society: Paul Harrington
Chair: Kirsty Curnow-Bayley
Architects Benevolent Society: Brian Godfrey
Post vacant. If you would like to work with members and the regional RIBA team to promote good architecture in Gloucestershire, please contact the regional RIBA office.
Chair: Graham Devine
Architects Benevolent Society: Ken Bingham
Interim Chair: Stephen Major
Please contact the regional office if you would like to be involved in activities to promote good architecture in Somerset.
Architects Benevolent Society: Chris Mitchell
Chair: Paul Stevens
Architects Benevolent Society: Andrew Bumphrey