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Magnus Strom

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  • Comment on: DRDH or Haworth Tompkins to design London's new concert hall?

    Magnus Strom's comment 20 February, 2015 5:38 pm

    why wouldn't it be an open competition?

  • Comment on: Green light for Ström Architects' Dorset house

    Magnus Strom's comment 14 February, 2014 5:58 pm

    Anytime, Justin!

  • Comment on: RIBA launches design comp for its own offices

    Magnus Strom's comment 11 October, 2013 5:57 pm

    Couldn't agree more.

    RIBA says: To become a Chartered Practice, architect practices need to comply with strict criteria in an accreditation scheme that gives you, the client, a mark of quality. So by choosing a RIBA Chartered Practice you can expect a certain level of excellence in design and service.

    Clearly this is not enough for RIBA themselves. I'm appalled.

    Why is this not an open competition for its member. I can already imagine the shortlist.

  • Comment on: RIBA launches design comp for its own offices

    Magnus Strom's comment 11 October, 2013 2:01 pm

    Couldn't agree more.

    RIBA says: To become a Chartered Practice, architect practices need to comply with strict criteria in an accreditation scheme that gives you, the client, a mark of quality. So by choosing a RIBA Chartered Practice you can expect a certain level of excellence in design and service.

    Clearly this is not enough for RIBA themselves. I'm appalled.

    Why is this not an open competition for its member. I can already imagine the shortlist.

  • Comment on: RIBA launches design comp for its own offices

    Magnus Strom's comment 11 October, 2013 11:55 am

    Couldn't agree more.

    RIBA says: To become a Chartered Practice, architect practices need to comply with strict criteria in an accreditation scheme that gives you, the client, a mark of quality. So by choosing a RIBA Chartered Practice you can expect a certain level of excellence in design and service.

    Clearly this is not enough for RIBA themselves. I'm appalled.

    Why is this not an open competition for its member. I can already imagine the shortlist.

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