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RIBA 7th annual Henley Design Day 2019

Royal Institute of British Architects - RIBA

Saturday, 23 March 2019 from 10:00 to 15:30 (GMT)

RIBA 7th annual Henley Design Day 2019

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RIBA Henley Design Day 2019 3d 22h 3m Free  

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If you're thinking about building or renovating, an architect will help you add value, get more from your home and improve your quality of life.

A key date for making a building project into reality will be Saturday 23rd March where once again the RIBA will be staging its 7th annual Design Day.  A must-attend event for anybody considering a small or large extension, or would just like to talk to an architect about ideas. As well as architects you will also find kitchen specialists, lighting specialists, and general interior designers.  So much to choose from! 

It is the ideal opportunity to meet local architects and other design and building professionals, and to bounce your ideas around with them.  And it's all FREE.  Just pop along to the Town Hall and have a no-obligation chat with an architect or three.

Sarah Miller organises the Design Day for the RIBA, ‘Lots of us put up with small-space living just so that we can remain where we are,’ she says. ‘But even the tiniest building on the tightest of plots can be reordered to make the best use of what you’ve got.

‘Architects are trained to see the possibilities, including in historic buildings. They are an incredible resource of creative and workable ideas and I'm delighted we have so many on board again this year.  Come to Henley Design Day to brainstorm ideas for your home.’

Henley Design Day will be in QE11 Room, Town Hall, Henley from 10am to 3.30pm on Saturday 23rd MarchContact sarah.miller@riba.org or telephone 0118 987 4900

Admission is free.


What an architect can bring to your project
An RIBA Chartered Practice can help you realise your ambitions and guide you through the design and construction process. Architects provide a service that extends well beyond producing a set of drawings – they can handle the paperwork, bring value for money, imagination and peace of mind to your project, whilst keeping it on track and on budget.

 Value for money
Architects are professional problem-solvers. Their experience and insight can help stretch what can be achieved within your budget and add value to your project. They can suggest new ways of utilising space and light, enrich the palette of materials, finishes or fittings, find a builder at the right price, and propose design solutions that will reduce your overall running costs whilst maximising the energy efficiency of your home. At a fraction of the cost of your project, an architect’s fees will prove a sound investment.

Imagination
An architect can lift your project out of the ordinary and help you achieve your aspirations and vision. They are trained designers who will explore your needs and desires and find inventive and practical ways of enhancing your living environment.

Peace of mind
When you hire an architect, you have a professional on your side who knows the construction industry inside out. You are working with someone who has undertaken seven years of architectural training – no other building professional is trained in design and construction to such a high level of expertise

For further information please contact Sarah Miller on 0118 987 4900/07909 442 019 sarah.miller@riba.org


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Queen Elizabeth 11 Room, Town Hall, Henley-on-Thames
Market Place
RG9 2AQ Henley-on-Thames
United Kingdom

Saturday, 23 March 2019 from 10:00 to 15:30 (GMT)


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Royal Institute of British Architects - RIBA

The RIBA, one of the most influential architectural institutions in the world, has been promoting architecture and supporting the profession since being awarded its Royal Charter in 1837. Then the RIBA’s remit was ‘the general advancement of architecture’.

Today the institute goes even further as we champion better buildings, communities and the environment through architecture and our members. 

  • We provide support for our 40,500 members worldwide in the form of training, technical services, publications and events, and set standards for the education of architects, both in the UK and overseas. 8,000 of these members reside in the South West and South East.
     
  • We work with government to improve the design quality of public buildings, new homes and new communities. Government now recognise architecture as a political issue that affects how we live, how our children are taught, how we are treated when we are ill and the quality of our neighbourhoods.
     
  • Our annual awards programme recognises outstanding architecture and culminates in the RIBA Stirling Prize.
     
  • Recognised by the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council (MLA) as one of the finest collections of architectural material in the world, the British Architectural Library is the largest and most comprehensive resource in the United Kingdom for research and information on all aspects of architecture.

 

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