RIBA to open Chapter in India next year

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has today announced its intention to open a new Chapter in India in 2015, the fourth to be developed as part of RIBA’s growing network of International Chapters (Chapters exist in the USA, Hong Kong and the Gulf). RIBA Chapters offer enhanced membership support, networking opportunities and a forum for local activities and CPD.

RIBA Head of International Chapters Chloe Sadler said: “We currently have just under 100 members in India who are working tirelessly to uphold the principles of the RIBA and share the importance of good design. This new Chapter will cement the RIBA’s commitment to support our members in India through knowledge exchange and the celebration of architecture. We look forward to working collaboratively with the Indian Institute for Architects (IIA) for the enhancement of the profession.”

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