The latest news and important updates from the RIAS.
At its Awards Dinner in Edinburgh on 30th May, The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) announced 10 winners for its 2019 Awards, representing the very best of current Scottish architecture.
Answer No 1; Football stadiums (he designed Anfield, Highbury, Goodison Park, Ibrox, Cardiff Arms Park, White Hart Lane, and many more iconic grounds)
Answer No 2; Doric
Answer No 3: Paddy's Wigwam
Economy, Energy and Fair Work Committee Inquiry into Scotland’s Construction Sector
Response from Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland
On 23 June 2016 the EU referendum took place and the United Kingdom voted to leave the EU. Here you can find out more about what we know so far and the implications for the architects’ profession.
Climate of Opinion
• Design for diversity
• Resilience and the sharing economy
• The North
The RIAS Convention will take place at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre on Friday 4th October (full day) and Saturday 5th October (half day).
More details will follow.
This guidance sets out what architects should do to ensure their professional qualifications continue to be recognised if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.
The Saltire Housing Awards are different. Rewarding innovation and advocating Scottish house building and place making for longer than any other design award in Scotland; the Awards work to encourage good, affordable, adaptable and environmentally sustainable housing in Scotland.
Throughout 2019 the Architects Benevolent Society (ABS) will be putting the mental wellbeing of architectural professionals and students at the top of the agenda through its #AnxietyArch campaign.