Studio RBA – Industry Innovators
One of the North West’s most forward thinking architects rolls out innovative helping hand to support the next generation of budding architects.
Studio RBA has enjoyed a meteoric rise to become an established name within the field of architecture. Looking back at their inception, founder Adam Morgan told Trailblazer that the firm has launched a platform aimed at helping student architects get ahead of the game during the inevitable transition between education and practice.
The guide was developed from an internal training brief for new starters into a well-received movement. Life Hacks For Architects (LHFA) is a solution that provides a safe space to learn and share skills, to ask questions that may seem obvious and develop new expertise, abilities and networks, all vital when entering the world of practice.
Interestingly, Life Hacks for Architects has also become a useful tool with other studios, saving valuable time by filling in the gaps when someone new embarks on their journey with a firm.
Adam said. ‘We saw that there is a missing link between practical knowledge and ability; by bridging the gap between education and industry we knew we could do something about it. LHFA is a solution to that fills in the void left by the system. It offers a place to learn, share skills and to ask questions that may seem obvious and develop new expertise, abilities and valuable networks.’
LHFA tutorials are available on their website and you can join this movement for the small fee of £5.99 per month, or an annual membership of £59.99, the price point accurately reflects the stage the student is during their journey. Aside from insightful tutorials, LHFA also offers unprecedented access into the team at Studio RBA for any queries people may have.