Each year, architects across the UK enter projects of every type, scale and budget for the RIBA Awards. From this single entry process, the schemes enter the running for RIBA Regional, National and Special Awards. Six will be shortlisted for the RIBA Stirling Prize, and one will go all the way and be crowned the UK’s best. But what is it like to win a RIBA Award, and what does success mean to our winners?
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RIBA responds to Carillion collapse
Relationships between local architects and planning teams at local authorities have been strengthened in the South West, making it easier for local authorities to update and consult RIBA members on planning policy and for RIBA members to discuss their professional concerns or contribute their recommendations.
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.