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Alan Jones, 78th President of the Royal Institute of British Architects Introducing RIBA's 78th President, Alan Jones
Alan Jones has been elected as President of the Royal Institute of British Architects, taking over the two-year presidential term from Ben Derbyshire.
RIBA Contracts Part 7: What if something goes wrong? This panel discussion includes:
- The duty of an architect when things do go wrong and placing the utmost importance on the code of conduct when issues do arise
- Disputes on domestic projects, the volatility of the situation and ...
RIBA Contracts Part 6: Liabilities and the RIBA Professional Services Contracts This panel discussion includes:
- Liabilities from a legal stance
- Reasonable skill, care and diligence
- Insurance
Find out more about RIBA Contracts Digital: http://bit.ly/2LdK9hc
RIBA Contracts Part 5: How do you set out fees? This panel discussion includes:
- How RIBA Contracts help to set our fees clearly
- The importance of professionalism towards the practitioner and client
- Managing the client relationship in a good way but using the code of conduct to ...
RIBA Contracts Part 4: What are an architect's main responsibilities in a form of appointment? This panel discussion covers:
- Duty of care
- Duty to inform
Chaired by Jane Duncan, of Jane Duncan Architects and Interiors and Past President of the RIBA, and featuring Mark Klimt, Partner at DWF LLP and RIBA Specialist Practice ...
RIBA Contracts Part 3: How do you ensure a fair and balanced contract? This panel discusses:
- How to create a balanced contract between the client and the architect
- How legal documents can express the duty of care and take away the risk and liability from practitioners
-The importance of negotiation
Chaired ...
RIBA Contracts Part 2: What should a form of appointment contain? This panel discusses the essential terms to be included in all forms of appointments, some questions raised are:
1. What are you going to do?
2. What does the client want?
3. Is it achievable?
4. What is the fee?
...
RIBA contracts part 1: Why do we need forms of appointment? This panel discussion covers:
-The importance of the written agreement from a legal perspective so all parties know what they are doing, their duties, obligations and rights
- RIBA professional code of conduct
- Why do small architectural practices need ...
RIBA + VitrA Talk: Intergenerational Dialogues - Aleph Zero and Grafton Architects Our Intergenerational Dialogues series focuses on established architects and their contemporary counterparts practising today. For this special talk we brought together 2016 RIBA International Prize winners Grafton Architects and Aleph Zero, who won the prestigious prize in 2018. They discussed ...
RIBA Contracts: Why do architects need to have a form of appointment? This panel discussion covers:
- Why do architects need forms of appointment?
- What should a form of appointment contain?
- How do you ensure a fair and balanced contract?
- What is an architect’s main responsibilities in a form ...
Making It Happen Exhibition | Old Manor Park Library "Our end goal is to prove to Newham that this building can provide a space for people that live here, that is useful and productive." Hadrian Garrard of Create London, an arts organisation existing to explore and better understand the ...
Making It Happen Exhibition | The Coniston Institute "It was like taking something that was a bit broken, and making it work again." Grizedale Arts Director Adam Sutherland narrates a specially-commissioned film following the refurbishment and rejuvenation journey of the Lake District's Coniston Institute into a thriving community ...
Stephen Lawrence Day 2019 Monday 22 April 2019 marks 26 years since Stephen Lawrence was cruelly taken from this world in a racially aggravated attack. Stephen was an aspiring architect, but he was never able to fulfil his dreams of becoming one.
Although his ...
RIBA + VitrA Talk: Daniel Libeskind Acclaimed architect Daniel Libeskind is in conversation with Icon Magazine's Priya Khanchandani, live at the RIBA.
Part of our RIBA + VitrA Talk series, sponsored by VitrA Bathrooms.
RIBA + VitrA Talk: Emre Arolat Turkish architect Emre Arolat joins us at the RIBA to discuss recent projects including the 2018 RIBA Award for International Excellence winner, the Sancaklar Mosque in Istanbul.
The video stream starts at 0:50.
RIBA + VitrA Talk: Frida Escobedo The talk starts at 5:25.
Mexican architect Frida Escobedo joins us live at the RIBA to discuss recent projects, including the 2018 Serpentine Pavilion. To date she is the youngest architect commissioned for the prestigious project.
Part of our RIBA ...
RIBA + VitrA Talk: Kate Macintosh and Mary Duggan The talk starts at 9:00
Join us for discursive conversations between pioneering architects of the past and the future, through pairing an established seminal architect with a younger emerging architect. In this inaugural talk, hear from Kate Macintosh and Mary ...
7/7 Living Accordia - Panel discussion Ten years after Accordia won the highest accolade in British Architecture, we returned to the housing scheme and considered the success of the scheme and its impact on housing locally and nationally.
3/7 Living Accordia - An overview with Richard Lavington, Maccreanor Lavington Ten years after Accordia won the highest accolade in British Architecture, we returned to the housing scheme and considered the success of the scheme and its impact on housing locally and nationally.
4/7 Living Accordia - An overview with Michael Woodford, Alison Brooks Architects Ten years after Accordia won the highest accolade in British Architecture, we returned to the housing scheme and considered the success of the scheme and its impact on housing locally and nationally.
5/7 Living Accordia - Walking tour Ten years after Accordia won the highest accolade in British Architecture, we returned to the housing scheme and considered the success of the scheme and its impact on housing locally and nationally.
1/7 Living Accordia - Planning a New Community with Peter Studdert, Head of Planning Ten years after Accordia won the highest accolade in British Architecture, we returned to the housing scheme and considered the success of the scheme and its impact on housing locally and nationally.
6/7 Living Accordia - The clients view with Jonathan Gimblett, Countryside Properties Ten years after Accordia won the highest accolade in British Architecture, we returned to the housing scheme and considered the success of the scheme and its impact on housing locally and nationally.
2/7 Living Accordia - An overview with Mike Keys, Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios Ten years after Accordia won the highest accolade in British Architecture, we returned to the housing scheme and considered the success of the scheme and its impact on housing locally and nationally.
RIBA Charles Jencks Award 2018 - Alejandro Aravena The presentation of the 2018 RIBA Charles Jencks Award to Alejandro Aravena, including a lecture from this year's winner.
Lord Heseltine and Lord Palumbo speak at RIBA North RIBA North, in partnership with the Royal Fine Art Commission Trust, hosted the second annual Lord St John of Fawsley Commemoration Lecture by Lord Heseltine and Lord Palumbo on 17 October 2018.
Lord Heseltine talks about the significance of regeneration ...
Hack the Root Hack the Root is a newly commissioned installation at RIBA North by Mae-ling Lokko, consisting of an architectural structure grown from agrowaste-fed mycelium (mushroom) panels and an accompanying exhibition and events programme. This film made by CineTecture featured as part ...
RIBA Inspiration Series overview RIBA hosts a series of talks aimed at providing architects and graduates with inspiration from a range of award-winning national and international speakers.
RIBA + VitrA Talk: Assemble 17:51 start.
Turner Prize-winning collective Assemble will be discussing recent projects including their major commission, Goldsmiths Centre for Contemporary Art, live at the RIBA.
Bloomberg by Foster + Partners wins RIBA Stirling Prize 2018 Bloomberg by Foster + Partners is named Britain's best new building, winning the RIBA Stirling Prize 2018.

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