RIBA unveils joint venture on interiors

The British Interior Design Association and the Royal Institute of British Architects is this week launching a joint initiative to work closer on the provision of interior design services. A ‘ground-breaking agreement’ has been published by the pair called ID/05, which will be launched with a seminar at RIBA today.

RIBA president George Ferguson says, ‘I hope that this is the first of a series of joint venture contracts that gives further encouragement to the professional “cross-dressing” that’s necessary for us to work together.’

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