Willow Barns in Stoke-on-Trent provides 75 apartments for affordable rent designed for older residents.
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has today launched a call for urgent action to tackle the severe lack of age-friendly housing.
Curators from the RIBA Drawings and Archives team are currently cataloguing the extensive archive of the important post-war British architectural practice, Colin St John Wilson and Partners.
The RIBA Singapore Chapter announces its official elections of the Chapter Committee.
The RIBA therefore invites members who reside in Singapore to stand for election to join the Committee. This is an exciting time for the Chapter and RIBA as we look to strengthen our influence and reach in the wider ASEAN region, and being part of the Committee will give you an opportunity to take part in the next step of shaping the Chapter’s future.
Over 80 RIBA members from across the UK gathered in Bristol on 11 to 12 July for the RIBA Members Forum 2019 to celebrate, share ideas and activity, and explore future plans for the RIBA branches and regions who are the grass roots activists and campaigners of the Institute.
The concept for New Ground was developed by a group of like-minded people who wanted to create a purpose-built development for single women over 50 to live in an inclusive community and provide each other with mutual support.
RIBA welcomes the BEIS Select Committee’s ‘Energy efficiency: building towards net zero’ report
The RIBA was invited to give evidence to MPs on the Housing, Communities and Local Government Select Committee, to discuss the government’s recent proposals and progress on building regulations and fire safety.
Director of Practice Lucy Carmichael presented evidence to MPs and leading construction industry figures on measures to support the recruitment and retention of women in architecture at an evidence session in Parliament.