RIBA unveils proactive 'think-and-do tank'
The riba's Future Studies initiative had its first public airing this week, appropriately with the two main speakers from outside uk architecture. The intention of the initiative is to focus on architecture rather than on architects, exploring half a dozen themes in the first two years by commissioning studies from experts in the chosen fields. Architects might be included. Themes being considered are the economic benefits of good design, how regulation relates to quality, standardisation, ...
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