The late architectural historian and critic Gavin Stamp was not known for being ambivalent; he gracefully thundered against architectural 'barbarism' in its many forms. So it’s only natural that Stamp would make a major contribution to one of the most enduring debates in British architecture: the wisdom – or folly – of designing in historical styles.
Architects are encouraged to respond to BEIS consultation before 19 January deadline.
The January 2018 Parliamentary reshuffle
External expertise can help small practices realise conservation projects to their full potential.
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has reacted to the death of Neave Brown, the celebrated Modernist architect.
We asked RIBA members to share their practice goals for the year ahead
The RIBA Future Trends Workload Index underwent a dramatic fall this month, dropping from +17 in October 2017 down to a distinctly chilly -1 in November.
How to make the sole practitioner model work.
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has welcomed the publication of Dame Judith Hackitt’s Interim Report but has highlighted the need to go much further, specifically in terms of making real and meaningful change to the core building regulations guidance covering fire safety, which is needed as a matter of great urgency.
On 5 December, RSAW Immediate Past President Robert Firth welcomed Menna Richards, former Controller of BBC Wales, as our 33rd Honorary Member, in a ceremony at Insole Court, Llandaff. Menna Richards has been a client of award-wining buildings, a lay assessor for the RSAW Welsh Architecture Awards and a panel member for the Dewi-Prys Thomas prize.