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Guerrilla Tactics 2020 creative director Tomas Millar invites architects to find opportunity and empowerment at a time of change
This year's online conference will help you gain insight into how the architecture profession can work together to reduce waste and design within the limits of our environment
Following recent changes to government rules and support packages for individuals and businesses, we want to hear what support you need at this stage of the pandemic
Sign up for our online creative workshops, aimed at children and young people from 6 to 18
We will help you find the right architect from the RIBA’s membership of more than 3,700 accredited Chartered Practices. RIBA practices are professional and quality‑assured with a world‑class reputation for excellence.GET STARTED
Join us for a special Black History Month book club, featuring participants discussing a book or song that has a had a profound effect on their life and the way they work. Hear from our panel and find out just what they took from their chosen book, then join in the debate and let us know how the books have affected you and your practice.England - All regions
This year’s Guerrilla Tactics poses questions about the role of the architect in contemporary practice, investigates alternative business models designed to share profits and responsibilities more equitably, and emphasises the benefits of collaboration and knowledge sharing between practices, while offering practical tips and strategies for working smarter.
This year’s RSAW Annual Conference will take place virtually between Monday 23 and Friday 27 November. Local and international industry experts will share thought-provoking, best practice exemplars and case studies. We will gain an insight into how the architectural profession can work together to reduce waste and design within the limits of our environment.Wales
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