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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.
Award-winning Irish Architecture - Shanghai - the London Edition
27 Feb 13 - 20 Mar 13
An exhibition celebrating a selection of award-winning Irish architecture
5 Mar 13 - 7 Mar 13
Constraint and Creativity: Is Red Tape the Enemy of Architecture?
5 Mar 13 - 5 Mar 13
Is the regulation climate in Britain now so intrusive that rather than creating improvements they instead restrict freedoms and discourage individual responsibility? Will the government's current proposals to tear up Building Regulations threaten design quality or will they set architects and designers free?
City CPD Club - 6 March 2013
6 Mar 13 - 6 Mar 13
As design of the built environment becomes more technically demanding, new ways of delivering projects are emerging and the government is strongly encouraging the profession to use BIM.
Itsuko Hasegawa: Ordinary and Heroic
In this lecture, Hasegawa reveals her approach to architecture and explores the complexed relationship between architects and clients, the public and planners. She asks: How can architects retain control, while exercising good design leadership?
Future Leaders Programme 2013 Session 1
7 Mar 13 - 7 Mar 13
The Future Leaders programme is an initiative established by the RIBA's Large Practice Group as a means of providing the next generation of architects with the skills necessary to lead their practices in an increasingly complex profession and construction industry.
Design liability and contracts - Reading
Procurement - Reading
Pushing Boundaries: Yorkshire - Featherstone Young
Sarah Featherstone of Featherstone Young will discuss their practice approach and working methods and will present case studies of some of their inspirational projects. These will include The Dellow Arts & Activity Centre and and Ty Hedfan, both of which were shortlisted for the Stephen Lawrence Prize.
'Wish you were here' International Business Conference - SOLD OUT
8 Mar 13 - 8 Mar 13
'Wish you were here' International Business Conference for 2013
The Contemporary Face of Women in Architecture
8 Mar 13 - 14 Mar 13
The contemporary face of women in architecture
Henley Design Day 2013
9 Mar 13 - 9 Mar 13
The Architect as Furniture Designer
This symposium brings together a number of distinguished scholars and curators to speak on architects from the 18th century to the 21st century and their moveable contributions to the interiors of their buildings. The sessions will be chaired by Charles Hind, Chief Curator, RIBA Library and Julius Bryant, Keeper of the Word and Image Department, Victoria and Albert Museum.
Explore and Draw: Park Life
The first in a series of hands-on workshops to top-up your drawing skills and experiment with new techniques inspired by architecture and RIBA's world class collections. Beginning with a workshop looking at items from RIBA's extensive collections, the session concludes with practical drawing on-site, looking at the architecture around Regent's Park. Led by a professional artist; all materials provided.
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