Register of RIBA accredited Client Advisers, who are experienced architects that can provide impartial and informed advice from the earliest stages of your project.
If you are looking to commission work on a historic building, you will need an architect with specific skills and experience.
The RIBA Directory of Chartered Practices: The List 19 contains full contact details of RIBA Chartered Practices along with markers to identify a track record within certain construction sectors.
The RIBA briefing template has been designed to support the critical conversation between client and architect about project outcomes that starts from first point of contact and runs through the initial design stages. It is intended for use throughout the entire project cycle to monitor progress towards as well as record any changes to the brief.
It is imagined that the architect populates and manages the briefing files, using information gained in conversation with the client. Reports can be printed for review or sign-off by the client.
Advice on finding, selecting and working with an architect for your home
The Public Realm directory lists all the accredited RIBA Chartered Practices with experience of designing buildings, infrastructure, and other physical assets for publicly funded clients.
The RIBA Directory of Chartered Practices: The List 18 contains full contact details of RIBA Chartered Practices along with markers to identify a track record within certain construction sectors.
Some of the most frequently asked questions about finding, appointing and working with an architect.
Simple guidance to demonstrate how client organisations can get the best possible outcomes when they procure architectural services.
As a member of RIBA you can benefit from access to resources which support you in your role as an architect