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  1. Intelligence

Contacts book: Sarah Wigglesworth reveals the firms she likes to work with

Reducing carbon emissions and tackling climate change are central to Sarah Wigglesworth Architects, and the practice’s most valued collaborators are part of that drive

25 November 2022

  1. Products

UK-developed carbon-negative aggregate shortlisted for Earthshot award

UK start-up’s OSTO, made from waste including plastics destined for incineration, replaces lightweight, high carbon aggregates

25 November 2022

  1. Products

Webinar: Design for Sustainability

How do architects achieve the requirements of the 2030 challenge and the 2050 net zero targets when their industry contributes so significantly to the problem? This seminar looks at the people and practices doing their bit despite the challenges

4 October 2022

The Retreat competition 2022

David Russell Young and Henry Claymore Young's imagined future discovery of a series of modular structures dating from 2022 was overall winner of this year's West Fraser SterlingOSB Zero/RIBAJ competition

The imagined future discovery of new modular structures inside an existing one has won this year's West Fraser SterlingOSB Zero/RIBAJ competition

Rob Annable and Justin Pickard's design focuses on SterlingOSB Zero’s end-of-life material properties and how they can give something back to a fenland environment

Rob Annable and Justin Pickard's design focuses on SterlingOSB Zero’s very end-of-life material properties

Tom Birch and Elliot Nash's design is constructed twice over: a SterlingOSB Zero skin is used as shuttering for concrete, and then to wrap this concrete tower in a corridor of stepped floors

Tom Birch and Elliot Nash’s design uses SterlingOSB Zero as shuttering for concrete and then to intervene on the resulting tower

Ella Walklate, Reini Celmins, Alexander Vile and Adam Spreckley’s design, based on Glasgow's pigeon lofts,   creates 10, single-occupancy SterlingOSB Zero frame structures on the banks of the Forth and Clyde Canal

Ella Walklate, Reini Celmins, Alexander Vile and Adam Spreckley’s design is based on Glasgow's pigeon coops

This year's SterlingOSB Zero competition asked architects to design a country escape for up to 10 people, inspired by Giovanni Boccaccio’s Decameron

This year's SterlingOSB Zero competition asked architects to design a country escape for up to 10 people

Interiors

Specify a new range of 'chip on board' strip lights for a subtle high-quality wash of dot-less illumination

Create a subtle high-quality wash of dot-less illumination

Sprinklers, smoke alarms, PIR sensors and more can be slotted into this light fitting for clutter-free, streamlined ceilings

Six safety features can be slotted into this innovative downlight

Elegant LH-42 seating can be seen in many notable buildings, including Níall McLaughlin Architects' Master's Field pavilion at Balliol College, Oxford

Elegant LH-42 seating looks right at home in Balliol College pavilion

With more colours and a reformulation, interior designers now have even more ways to mix and match bold shades and graduated neutrals across a room

More colours to choose from for your interior design projects

Architects are looking for easy-to-apply acoustic finishes that dampen noise reverberation and improve ambience without compromising design

Architectural acoustic finishes: Serenity without design compromise

Opportunities Hub: Find the projects worth bidding for

Want to rejuvenate a Bournemouth shopping district, design a perky perch for Royal London Docks or masterplan a university estate strategy? These are the latest architecture contracts and competitions from across the industry

  1. Buildings

Schmidt Hammer Lassen reads the library anew

Danish practice's monolithic Shanghai Library East on the edge of the city’s Century Park combines intimate reading zones for individual immersion with pavilions and atria spaces that celebrate life, connection and spectatorship

25 October 2022

David Leech Architects turns two flats into one out-of-the-ordinary home

David Leech layered historic traces with familiar tropes and playful details to re-imagine the ordinary in this conversion in leafy north London

RIBA Jobs

Senior Urban Designer 

  • Bristol (City Centre), Bristol
  • Commensurate on Experience

Experienced Part 3 Architects needed with Revit Experience

  • London (Central), London (Greater)
  • Negotiable dependent upon experience

Architect/Job Runner, Essex

  • Essex
  • Competitive salary based on experience

Technician/Technologist

  • Seebohm House, Queen Street, Norwich NR2 4SQ
  • N/A

BIM manager - Senior Architect- Architect - Part 2 - Part 1 applicants invited

  • Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
  • salary dependent on experience-level, all staff receive a generous benefits package

Part II Architectural Assistant

  • London (Central), London (Greater)
  • Dependant on experience