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.
Over 500 students and architects attended the RIBA Annual Lecture 2017 series at universities running RIBA validated courses across the South West from September to November. The lectures mixed up students and practicing RIBA architects to stimulate new student-professional connections, and provided a window into the work of the RIBA.
Three days of lectures, discussions, panels, pop up pavilions, walks and family events exploring urban development in the 21st century.
RIBA South West has announced its autumn series of RIBA Annual Lectures at universities running RIBA validated courses across the South West and Wessex regions.
Seeking to inspire the next generation of architects through hearing the stories behind award-winning and innovative architecture, the lectures also mix up students and practicing RIBA architects to stimulate new student-professional connections.
'Sometimes challenging, always rewarding and never dull'. RIBA South West is seeking a new Regional Chair to lead the RIBA membership across Devon and Cornwall until August 2019.
14 buildings win RIBA Awards in the South West
RIBA South West has announced a shortlist of 19 new and exciting buildings for the RIBA Awards in the region.
Architects and manufacturers have teamed up to offer bespoke homes in UK's first volume custom-build
After becoming the first female member of the RIBA, Ethel Mary Charles went on to design a range of small projects.
A new hospital at Bristol, a dogs and cats home in Gloucestershire, a food production facility in Somerset and a new gallery at St Ives are just four of the thirteen buildings that have all been shortlisted from 35 entries in the South West.