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Future Architects

RIBA Future Architects is our network and community for future and emerging architects, designed to support, inspire and provide a voice as you transition from study to practice.

From advice and information about studying architecture and ourstudent mentoring scheme, through to exclusive events and opportunities, our network is designed to help you reach your full potential and prepare you for working life. Your go to place for inspiring and creative content, industry knowledge and skills support, RIBA Future Architects will support you all the way through your educational journey.

RIBA Future Architects is also a space for you to lead the debate, start dialogues and provoke new discourse about architecture and the built environment. The future of architecture is in your hands.

Want to get involved? Have a project to you would like us to showcase? Whatever your idea, get in touch and we will help make it a feature for the RIBA Future Architects community email our team at futurearchitects@riba.org.

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The Architect's Guide to Running a Practice

Littlefield, David
Gives you an insight into the problems and challenges faced when setting up a design business. This handbook helps you consider whether or not you should set up on your own, examining issues such as financing, office space, IT and working out a business plan. It illustrates how different kinds of practice develop into successful businesses.
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Architect's Guide to Running a Job

Green, Ronald
Serving as a guide to organising a job, this work is divided into 76 short sections covering the entire process, from preliminary enquiries to final fees, each with a small flow chart showing who is involved and when.
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Why Architects Matter: Evidencing and Communicating the Value of Architects

Samuel F
Offers tools to help architects evidence, develop and communicate value to those outside the field, strengthening their ability to pitch for work, access new funding streams and prove architecture's key contribution to society.
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FutuREstorative: Working Towards a New Sustainability

Brown, Martin
This book brings together a selection of short contributions from thought leaders in the UK and the rest of the world (USA, China, India, Australia, NZ, Indonesia) with an overarching narrative from the author.
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Construction Project Management: An Integrated Approach

Fewings, Peter (University of the West o
The third edition of Construction Project Management: An Integrated Approach is aimed at students and project managers from different disciplines and provides a broad and practical approach relevant to the whole project life cycle.
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Smart Cities: A Spatialised Intelligence

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BIM in Principle and in Practice

Barnes, Peter
This report has been written with the specific aim of opening up the subject presented by the Secretary of State to consider the interaction between engineering, the environment, economics and politics.
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Hamdi, Nabeel
What exactly is 'small change'? Build a bus stop in an urban slum and a vibrant community sprouts and grows around it - that is the power of small changes that have huge positive effects. This book presents an argument for the wisdom of the street, the ingenuity of the improvisers and the long-term effectiveness of immediate, small-scale actions.
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