Dezeen Wire: the latest RIBA Future Trends Survey has shown that the majority of architects in the UK anticipate a decline in workload over the summer, particularly in the private housing sector.
The survey reports that London practices remain the most optimistic about future workloads, but that architects in the north of England and Northern Ireland expect a downturn in the coming months. More
Dezeen Wire: the Royal Institute of British Architects' Future Trends Survey for January indicates that larger architecture practices in the UK are more confident about future workloads than medium and small-sized studios. More
Dezeen Wire: the Royal Institute of British Architects' Future Trends Survey for September points to a drop in the number of architectural practices anticipating increased demand for their services. More
Dezeen Wire: the number of architectural practices expecting more work in the month from July to August saw a drop from 27% to 25% according to the latest Future Trends Survey published by the Royal Institute of British Architects in London. More
Dezeenwire: the Royal Institute of British Architects in London have published a trends survey indicating that a significant downturn in overall levels of business for British architects is expected. See press release below. More