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Compliance: Party Wall etc ACT 1996 - Understanding legislation affecting architects in everyday practice
27 Jun 12 - 27 Jun 13
This seminar will outline the provisions of the legislation under the Party Wall etc Act 1996, give information on the interpretation of the Act and discuss the architects' responsibilities and duties when acting as a party wall surveyor.
External management: Professional liability and risk management
10 Jan 13 - 14 Nov 13
Access for all: Designing inclusive, accessible buildings and space
16 Jan 13 - 28 Nov 13
Climate: Building and retrofit design
22 Jan 13 - 4 Dec 13
Being Safe: CDM for architects - practice procedures and competence
23 Jan 13 - 14 Nov 13
Context: Understanding historic buildings - refurbishment and building performance
23 Jan 13 - 21 Nov 13
Procurement and contracts: Design liability and contracts
24 Jan 13 - 4 Dec 13
Internal management: Business planning and marketing for architects
24 Jan 13 - 15 Oct 13
Party Wall etc ACT 1996 - Understanding legislation affecting architects in everyday practice
12 Feb 13 - 20 Nov 13
Designing and building it: Passivhaus myths and realities - a 'get you started' active workshop for architects and designers
26 Feb 13 - 5 Dec 13
Designing and building it: Passivhaus myths and realities - a "get you started" active workshop for architects and designers
Architect in the House 2013
12 Mar 13 - 26 Aug 13
Take part in Architect in the House 2013
Where people live: tools for engaging communities in the design process
24 Apr 13 - 18 Jul 13
A Visual Journey Through the Indian Subcontinent
14 May 13 - 4 Sep 13
Through 19th and 20th Century photographs and drawings, it features some of the great buildings of India, as well as lesser known structures and places.
Charles Correa: India's Greatest Architect
Curated by Dr Irena Murray, RIBA Sir Bannister Fletcher Curator of Drawings and designed by internationally renowned architect David Adjaye this exhibition is a chance to see highlights from the Charles Correa archive whilst also celebrating one of our most distinguished contemporary global architects in practice today.
Perspectives on Architecture: The Four Elements of Ornament, Meaning and Eloquence in Architecture
21 May 13 - 21 May 13
Tools for engaging communities in the design process
22 May 13 - 22 May 13
RIBA South West Forum #3: The Future for Architects and Plan of Work 2013
Richard Brindley, RIBA Executive Director Membership and Profession, talks about the Future of the Profession and introduces the RIBA Plan of Work 2013 (launched on 22 May!) at this free evening forum event for local RIBA members. Non members can attend for a nominal fee of £5.
Building Ladders of Opportunity - How can we work together to procure buildings of the best value and highest quality?
This seminar will provide more information on the issues raised by RIBA's Procurement Reform Group and identify potential solutions.
Architecture as Symbol - Charles Correa, Joseph Rykwert, Richard Sennett, Sunand Prasad and Niall McLaughlin in conversation
In this special evening symposium, great thinkers and a great practitioner of symbolism in architecture meet to discuss the continuing relevance and value of symbols as an element of contemporary design.
Where people live: Tools for engaging communities in the design process
23 May 13 - 23 May 13
This seminar will look at the value of community engagement in the design of the built environment and offer a how-to guide that professionals can use to work collaboratively in the design process.
Building physics and retrofit design - Crawley
Climate - Crawley
Plan of Work
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