Discover how your work can contribute to the development of Age-Friendly communities with this short handbook.
Alternative Age Friendly Handbook
Download the findings of our research into what makes a resilient practice and learn how others have prospered during the challenging times of recent years.
This project presents a picture of the current state of architectural housing research in the UK and provides guidance for architects undertaking research in practice.
Learn from experts in age-friendly communities and discover up to date research on design for an ageing population.
A summary of the current understanding of the profession's knowledge management and information practices, as found within academic literature.
Watch Patrik Schumacher's frank talk from the RIBA Future Forward Conference on running ZHA and how his 400-strong, global office is organised to optimise potential business worldwide, while nurturing a rich research culture.
The RIBA develops, supports and disseminates research in architecture and the built environment in the UK and internationally. Find out how the RIBA can support your research project.
Supporting research projects
Insight into the research operations of the practices involved in the 2016 RIBA President's Awards for Research
Knowledge and Research in Practice
An RIBA investigative publication, featuring interviews and case studies, to answer some of these key questions in relation to the nature of research in practice.
How Architects Use Research
Discover the breadth of architectural research in practice and academia through abstracts of all submissions to the President's Awards for Research 2016
President's Awards for Research 2016 - Book of Abstracts
As a member of RIBA you can benefit from access to resources which support you in your role as an architect