RIBA President Jane Duncan responds to the Prime Minister's pledges to transform sink estates.
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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Britain's first purpose-built comprehensive school.
'I'd like architecture to lose some of its ego. We need to come down off our pedestals, get into communities and get our hands dirty.'
'I see architecture as a community; it affects me so I want to be a part of it and contribute. I don't agree with those who say 'I can't be bothered to get involved'. I want to have an impact.'
'Judge people by their ability, not their disability and be interested in what they could bring to the profession.'
'We do ourselves a commercial disservice if we don't fish from a multicultural talent pool that includes both men and women.'