David Miller's appointment as Creative Director of 2017 Guerrilla Tactics, the RIBA's flagship event for small practices, proved to have far-reaching resonance within the international architecture community, culminating with an invite from the Pretoria Institute of Architecture (PIA) to tour South Africa to share his knowledge.
Working with the RIBA Competitions team helps strengthen the client and architect relationship right from the start of a project. Find out how our management and support helped Hastings Pier succeed as the first competition project to win the Stirling Prize.
Seeking opportunities overseas is an attractive option for many practices which are already established in the UK. The benefits of working internationally range from reducing your dependency on the domestic market to exposing your practice to new ideas.
Christmas is coming, but don't panic - our edit will help you pick out the perfect gift for the discerning architecture or design enthusiast in your life. We've scoured what's on offer in our Liverpool and London shops and online to bring you a selection of the best items, many of which are inspired by our current exhibitions and objects in the RIBA Collections.
London Mayor-backed initiative is hiring practitioners for one-year placements in local authorities.
Small specialist practices can work on the big stage with a larger partner.
More than 1300 RIBA Members and students served in the armed forces during WWI. Find out about their stories by exploring items in the RIBA Collections and memorials at 66 Portland Place.
An insight into the RIBA North West Student Mentoring scheme from a second-year architecture student mentored by AFL Architects in Manchester
In the aftermath of Grenfell Tower disaster, the RIBA has issued a reminder for members on Regulation 38 of the Building Regulations, regarding the handover of fire safety information at the completion of a project. The RIBA is also seeking members with expertise in the field of fire safety to support our work in this area.