The Architecture Centre
Sat 8 Sep 2018
12:00 - 17:00
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Have you an architectural project you’d like to discuss with an impartial design expert? Ask An Architect is an excellent design advice service offered by the Architecture Centre and the Royal Institute of British Architects to support design projects in the city.
Visitors are invited to book a 30 minute slot (or consecutive slots for a longer chat) to discuss plans, schemes and dreams for large or small projects. It is an opportunity to meet with a qualified architect for a friendly and informal talk to discuss your plans for building projects. It can be helpful if you bring along materials to aid the discussion, such as photographs, floor plans, inspirational examples or just your thoughts.
The Architecture Centre is a registered charity (no. 290575) and your donation will help support what we do. We kindly suggest a minimum donation of £25 per session.
Architect in Residence in September:
Jamie Morris, WYG Architects
By booking an RIBA Ask an Architect appointment you confirm that you are not currently employing or have sought advice from an RIBA Chartered Architect or RIBA Chartered Practice on the project you are intending to discuss.
The advice given at the session is in no way to be used as a second opinion on, or in dispute of, work or plans currently being undertaken by another construction professional. Where work or plans have previously been undertaken or completed by another construction professional, you must be paid up to date and not in dispute.
If this turns out not to be the case on arrival at your appointment, the attending architect will not be able to discuss your project with you. This is in accordance with the RIBA and ARB Codes of Professional Conduct.
The Architecture Centre is pleased to be working with the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) once again in 2018 to offer monthly Saturday advice surgeries with a local architect from a Chartered Practice. The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) champions better buildings, communities and the environment through architecture and its members. It provides the standards, training, support and recognition that put members – in the UK and overseas – at the peak of their profession.