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RIBA to debate globalisation

The RIBA will attempt to grapple the big issues affecting architects on the global stage at its annual research symposium taking place this September

Chaired by the Bartlett’s Alan Penn and Murray Fraser of the University of Westminster, the afternoon event is set to touch on all the most important aspects of working abroad while aiming to boost the confidence of practices seeking to enter the global market.

The debate will also cover ethical considerations, technical difficulties, information technology and look at how different working patterns affect practise abroad.

RIBA past president Jack Pringle will deliver the keynote speech with contributions from the likes of Robert Adam, Roddy Langmuir of Edward Cullinan Architects and Nick Willson of Nick Willson Architects following.

Tickets are £90 or £30 for students.

For more information visit the RIBA website

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