'Architecture is already a fairly exclusive profession and the financial realities of studying are making it even more so. We risk a future where an architectural profession will only be for those who can afford it.'
'If you can design spaces that make people want to get up in the morning, then architecture can actually start to change society.'
'We do ourselves a commercial disservice if we don't fish from a multicultural talent pool that includes both men and women.'
'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.'
'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.'
Restructured CIC appoints new board members and refocuses as single voice of the professions.
January 2017 saw the Royal Institute of British Architects and Association of Architectural Educators launch the UK's first BIM EXPO and BIM Camp. Speakers from built environment practices and academics from University’s across the UK delivered a day exploring the role of Building Information Modeling across the world.