The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has welcomed the Government’s recent commitments to increasing the numbers of new build houses but has warned that the whole exercise could prove futile if the Government fails to put quality at the heart of this investment.
The RIBA Education Department conducts a survey of schools of architecture and the data is used to establish the raw facts about architectural education in the UK.
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'I think diversity, in and of itself, generates creativity. It also strengthens the authority and credibility we bring to our projects.'
'The other students on my course were mostly from affluent, upper middle-class backgrounds and I felt like a misfit. I'm not sure how I made it through but once I've started something, I don't like giving up.'
'If you can design spaces that make people want to get up in the morning, then architecture can actually start to change society.'
'I get stimulated by variety and having a breadth of experiences. I love trying new things and believe that you can do pretty much anything if you put your mind to it.'
'My dyslexia wasn't diagnosed until the first year of my degree, so my school years were very frustrating and I've taken a roundabout way to get into the profession.'