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East London Architects Group

The RIBA East London Architects group is a network of members in the City of London, Hackney, Newham, Waltham Forest, Redbridge, Barking and Dagenham, and Havering, with over 100 Chartered Practices and over 1,000 Members.

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Social Value & Architecture Series for London Festival of Architecture 2021

Following the events earlier this year, we're delighted to present the videos from our Social Values & Architecture series.

Delivered by the East London Architects Group, in partnership with RIBA London, we explored the importance of social value and its potential for demonstrating the positive impact design offers people and communities in terms of social justice, sustainability and wellbeing. The series also touched on themes such as homelessness, new ways of living/social housing, inclusive design, responsive design and the urban environment, and socially responsible design.

Watch the Social Values & Architecture video series.

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Email: ribalondon@riba.org

Group Committee members

Chair: Mike Jamieson

Vice Chair: Sherman Tang

Secretary: Vina Bhogal

Treasurer: Chloe Fleck

Communications Rep: Rahim Rahemtulla

Previous events

East Meets: Rooftop Sketching

Following the success of last year's event, the East London Architects Group invite you to an evening of rooftop sketching with Phil Dean, aka the Shoreditch Sketcher. Join us for after work drinks and sketching on AHMM’s roof in Clerkenwell.

Phil Dean (#shoreditchsketcher) will be on hand with advice for all sketching abilities to help you see London a little differently. Whether you need help reacquainting with sketching for fun or want to finesse your drawing skills, there will be something for everyone. This will also be an opportunity for you to meet and network with other architectural practices in East London over drinks and nibbles.

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