RIBA Practice Clinic: Understanding the RIBA Regional Awards process

For this RIBA Practice Clinic session, we reveal the new RIBA Regional Awards entry process and hear from our panelists who share with you useful insights, tips, and tricks to ensure your entry stands out to the award judges.

This is a recording of an online event that took place on 3 November 2022

Denise Bennetts – Co-founder, Bennetts Associates
Denise is currently a member of the RIBA National and International Awards Group. She also serves as an external examiner at all stages of education at architecture schools across the UK, is a member of the British School at Rome’s Faculty of the Fine Arts and chairs the RIAS Nominations Committee, was the chair of Usable Buildings Trust and became the Chair of Trustees for Article 25 in 2020.

Gurmeet Sian – Architect, Office Sian
Gurmeet is an architect and the founder of Office Sian Architecture + Design. He has over 10 years of experience working as an architect designing homes and community buildings. His project, the Phoenix Garden Community Building received the RIBA London Award and he has been the recipient of the RIBA London Project Architect of the Year award.

Julia Nicholls – Communication Consultant, Julia Nicholls Communications
Julia is a consultant strategist with over 20 years of experience working with architects to creatively communicate with their clients, industry, and the wider community. With an aim to demystify communications and establish it as a key business tool, she works with emerging studios through to established practices, developing bespoke strategies which support organisations to communicate authentically, creatively, and with clear purpose.

Emma England – Head of Awards, RIBA

Host: Dian Small – London Region Director, RIBA

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