On Wednesday 22 November, RIBA members, students and non-members joined us at RIBA Award-winning New Art Exchange for a hugely insightful and entertaining presentation from Senior Partner at Hawkins\Brown Architects, Harbinder Singh Birdi.
The Royal Society of Architects in Wales has published its Review of the Year for 2017 which documents key news, events, and initiatives that have occurred this year; for the benefit of members, the general public, and architects across Wales.
The RIBA Pre-construction Information Checklist helps architects fulfil the CDM 2015 Principal Designer role
RIBA is warning of the economic consequences of a bad or no deal Brexit for the architecture sector in a new report Global Talent, Global Reach.
Fellowships have been approved for fifteen RIBA Chartered Members who have made a significant contribution to architecture and the built environment.
The RIBA is establishing a new RIBA Commission on Ethics and Sustainable Development, as approved by RIBA Council. In its first year, the Commission will consider how the architectural profession can best reflect its core values of public interest, social purpose and sustainability, including its engagement with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has tonight (5 December 2017) announced the winner of the 2017 RIBA President’s Medal for Research for the best research project, submitted to the RIBA President’s Awards for Research, also revealed this evening.
A proposal to build ’room boxes’ on top of London’s terraced houses in response to the housing crisis and a design for a school damaged in the 2011 Tohoku earthquake win 2017 President’s Medals
Tim Bailey has been the Chair of the RIBA North East region since September 2016 and is a Partner in xsite architecture in Newcastle. Here, he takes one look back at 2017 and two steps forward into the New Year.