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  • Comment on: Government review into need for ARB begins

    Architecture's comment 2 April, 2014 4:53 am

    Having to have a single entity that is the RIBA both a statutory board and a professional institution will solve the matter in its entirety...therefore maintaining the register; protecting the consumer and the title; education; recognition of qualifications. Essentially a one stop shop.

    Then again, will they require a newer and perhaps a much larger headquarters for all this?

  • Comment on: ARB kicks 2,000 architects off register for non-payment

    Architecture's comment 9 January, 2014 2:56 am

    If one is removed from the ARB register but continues to remain a Chartered Member of the RIBA, can that person retain his / her title of 'Architect', let alone 'Chartered Architect'?

    And with the recent state of disarray in the profession; the RIBA membership shake-up, the prospective obliteration of the Part 3 qualification, the impending and mutual exchange of architects in the European Union possibly and eventually practicing in the UK...would anyone here consider having to combine both the ARB and the RIBA into a single, and perhaps a more robust and resilient entity?

    A hybrid organisation set up to regulate the profession and maintain the register while promoting architecture all at the same time, and retention fee plus professional association membership all rolled into one. Why not.

  • Comment on: Robocop got Detroit about right

    Architecture's comment 25 July, 2013 4:17 am

    Hear hear.

  • Comment on: Robocop got Detroit about right

    Architecture's comment 25 July, 2013 4:12 am

    Here here.

  • Comment on: Student Shows 2012: Canterbury School of Architecture

    Architecture's comment 6 December, 2012 1:43 am

    It's the 'University for the Creative Arts', not 'University of Creative Arts', nor 'University of the Creative Arts'!