Architecture. com, the RIBA's web - site, is set for a major overhaul under a three-year strategy unveiled last week by consultant Caroline Cole. The site will become a home for Internet activity in the wider architecture arena. 'Architecture. com is international. It is bigger than the RIBA, ' she said. This approach will encourage investment, according to RIBA vice-president for strategy Roger Zogolovitch, who is in talks with an unnamed commercial partner about this. He estimated that the RIBA pumps almost £500,000 a year into the Internet but said that it would not be enough to achieve the institute's Internet ambitions. He wants the site to market the profession to homeowners as well as it acting as 'a gateway to the wonders of architecture', with stronger affiliations with sites managed by bodies such as the Architecture Foundation and CABE. He also wants to see every planning office connected to the Internet, so that clients looking for architects can track one down using the site.