Design contest launched to refurbish London location

A new architectural competition has been announced by the City of London Corporation with an aim to bring new life to Finsbury Park Gardens. While once hosting a bowling green, for over 10 (more…)

How is social distancing affecting architecture?

In recent years, architectural design has revolved around people interacting with two main built environments – where we live and where we work. As a result of the coronavirus pandemic and the ensuing lockdown, these (more…)

UK architects offer new face shield design

From sharing innovative designs to offering reduced rates for services, architects in Chester, London and other cities across the UK are using their skills and assets to assist those working on (more…)

Architects offer glimpse of radical designs in Cheshire

London-based architects have revealed innovative concepts for a shopping centre in Runcorn, Cheshire.


Chester building by British architect gets green-lit for suites

Plans lodged by Warm Hearth Ltd have given the okay, enabling the firm to transform the top floors of the Chester Brewhouse and Kitchen into a hotel space.


Majority of UK’s architects working flat out

The latest Royal Institute of Architects (RIBA) future trends survey is once again showing that demand for the services of architects is (more…)

RIBA explains what the budget means for architects

The July 2015 budget contained changes that are set to have a big impact on architects, changes that the (more…)

Architectural practices expect to employ more staff

The latest Royal Institute of British Architecture Future Trends Survey shows that despite a fall in the number of public sector projects, the UK’s architects still feel that demand overall, will grow.

There seems to be a growing demand for (more…)

RIBA aims to encourage architects to volunteer in Nepal

Recently, the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) announced that it was looking for designers to help provide support and aid to the people of Nepal.

In a press release, the organisation explained that there were several ways for architects to (more…)

Most architects are currently gainfully employed

Underemployment amongst architect is at its lowest since January 2009, when the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) first started to measure architectural employment trends.

In December, 2014, the number of architects in North Wales and the rest of the (more…)

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