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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.
The Polychrome Lens: Colour in Architectural Photography
16 Nov 12 - 4 May 13
An exhibition which focuses on the history of colour in architectural photography
Chromazone: Colour in Contemporary Architecture
19 Nov 12 - 19 May 13
The innovative use of colour is a major trend in contemporary architecture. This display features key projects by major UK and international architects who use colour to create identity, define space and heighten our experience of a building. The long history of the use of colour in architecture, with its strong symbolic and cultural meanings, will be shown with historic objects from the V&A and RIBA collections. The display features images, drawings and models, alongside innovative and traditional material samples.
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
Open Charter Agency: The Image of the Architect
26 Feb 13 - 26 Mar 13
After investigating the image of the architect and global perceptions of what they do for Venice Takeaway, the Open Charter Agency (OCA) introduces a new platform for members of the public to explore with them how architects might act as agents of change in future.
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
Venice Takeaway: Ideas to Change British Architecture
26 Feb 13 - 27 Apr 13
Venice Takeaway presents the work of ten intrepid architectural teams that travelled the world to seek inspiration and imaginative responses to contemporary issues in architecture today.
Architect in the House 2013
12 Mar 13 - 26 Aug 13
Take part in Architect in the House 2013
Wales Festival of Architecture
23 Mar 13 - 4 May 13
Wales Architecture Festival
The Banality of Good: Six decades of New Towns, Architects, Money and Politics
25 Mar 13 - 10 May 13
Based on six international cities built between World War II and the present day, this exhibition by Dutch collective, the Crimson Architectural Historians, looks at the architecture and socio-economic drivers that inspired their development and the complexities of city making.
Who Rocked Your World?
26 Mar 13 - 26 Mar 13
Get creative with RIBA's collections – draw, write and collage representations of your architectural inspirations to add to our world map, and help us connect and locate
Great Expectations: A Journey Through the History of Visionary Architecture
Great Expectations presents an astonishing global journey charting visionary, utopian and often bizarre architectural projects both realised and unrealised.
From La Ville Radieuse to London Wall: Visions of Cities in the Sky
Le Corbusier's la Ville Radieuse was a grandiose plan for the future city. Created in 1924, it brought high rise buildings, open spaces and motorways into one harmonious, traffic-jam free blueprint for idealized living and automotive efficiency.Find out how its principles travelled to the UK and came to life in the twisted streets of the capital.
Transatlantic Journeys: How America Bought into Palladio's Big Thinking
Charles Hind, the RIBA's chief curator looks at how Palladio's work was brought to England by Inigo Jones in 1614 and then travelled across to America a century later.
27 Mar 13 - 27 Mar 13
Following a short refresher on the principles of modern professional liability, the programme is devoted to applications of the principles to specific areas of architectural practice, covering: use of letters of intent and the giving of advice on forms of contract and procurement strategies; design liability under traditional employer design.
Climate: Building physics and retrofit design
This seminar will explore how the principles of building physics should inform design decisions in retrofit projects.
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