RIBA East Midlands is seeking to identify exemplars of good design for medium scale new housing in the region to form an exhibition this autumn and to help inform the future promotion of good design in housing.
The 146th Annual General Meeting of the Leicestershire and Rutland of Architects (LRSA) was held on Friday 14 June and saw the appointment of a new president, Adam Smith, along with the re-election of Sylvester Cheung as joint president of the LRSA. A motion was passed to allow Sylvester to continue for a third year, with the proposal that the role of LRSA president will continue as a joint role with one president being replaced each year to maintain continuity.
Future Place Open Call North Northamptonshire - Landscape and green infrastructure-led placemaking
Sam Culling, RIBA East Midlands Chair, welcomed over 150 guests to the 2011 RIBA Award winning Newton Building (designed by Hopkins) at Nottingham Trent University on 9 May. As ever, it was a fantastic evening to celebrate the best in East Midlands architecture.
“We put ourselves forward to form the new organising committee of the NDSA as we believe we can contribute positively to the society in a manner which will benefit all architects and architecture students across Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire".
8 East Midlands projects have won RIBA East Midlands Awards, which were announced at a prestigious awards ceremony at Nottingham Trent University on Thursday 9 May.