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RIBA Set to Open New Architecture Learning Centre

A NEW architectural learning space is set to open on 29 October 2019, in the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) central London landmark...

Architectural Workloads Bounce Back Following Brexit Blow

A NEW index, produced by the RIBA, has revealed that architectural workloads bounced back during February 2019 following a significant dip in January. Practices in...

Call for Architects to Exhibit at the London Festival of Architecture

THE RIBA is inviting architects and architecture students to design a temporary installation for the Architecture Gallery at the RIBA at 66 Portland Place,...

Architecture Company Set to Design New University of Glasgow Building

THE UNIVERSITY of Glasgow has appointed architects Woods Bagot to design and deliver a new building to house its School of Engineering. The new Engineering...

Sir Nicholas Grimshaw Receives 2019 Royal Gold Medal for Architecture

SIR NICHOLAS GRIMSHAW was awarded the 2019 Royal Gold Medal, the UK’s highest honour for architecture, at a special ceremony at the Royal Institute...

Kebony Clad Cabin Provides Pit Stop for Arctic Circle Adventures

THE Norwegian Trekking Association (DNT) has completed the first of a series of unique ‘daytrip cabins’, built to make treks in the Norwegian Mountains...

RIBA Launches UK’s First Architecture Programme for Schoolchildren

The UK’s first nationwide architectural learning programme for schoolchildren is launched by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) this week. The free of charge...

Man Ordered to Pay over £5k for Misusing the Title ‘Architect’

A man was convicted on 22 November 2018 of eight counts of a criminal offence and ordered to pay £5,500 for misusing the title...

Architects Outline Brexit Concerns in Signed Letter to Prime Minister

Piers Taylor – Architect & Broadcaster (presenter of BBC’s The World’s Most Extraordinary Homes and The House that £100K Built), is so concerned with the impact...

CMO Supports Architecture Students’ Ambitious Project

Construction Materials Online has supported a student project which allowed a striking and innovative pavilion to be erected in Cardiff University’s campus. The pavilion, entirely...