Is there a list of convictions they are going to publish so architects know how to break the law without incurring the wrath of the ARB? Protesting is one thing, making a public nuisance of himself, refusing to obey a police officer and getting a criminal conviction as a result is quite another. As an architect, I do not want the profession associated with criminals.
Please no. That thing looks like a toast rack and will ruin a precious and very small green space.
Different design, somewhere else!
Someone's dumped a load of boxes onto a field.
Alan Jones... Ben Derbyshire.... who?
Professionals do NOT go on strike. What are these idiots who support this telling their clients? If an architect wants to help with the environment, the best way is to engage their clients in a discussion on how to reduce a project's carbon footprint. Alienating them by delaying the work they have been commissioned to do, is deeply unprofessional.
The RIBA is so far removed from it's ordinary members it might as well go the way of the dinosaurs.