Ruth Butler Architects has been appointed as architect, RIBA Client Adviser and Principal Designer on…
Ruth Butler recently co-authored an article in the RIBA Journal with Nigel Maynard/Mace, entitled
Seven ways RIBA client advisers make better buildings
They explored the ways a RIBA Client Adviser can offer invaluable advice from the project outset, before the building is even conceived of, right through whole life of the project. They discuss seven ways in which client advisers can make better buildings:
- Client resources and the business plan
- Brief development
- Embedding quality
- User experience
- Team selection
- Adding value
You can read the full article here.
Ruth has extensive experience as a RIBA Client Adviser – find out more.
Ruth acted as RIBA Client Adviser for Burntwood School (RIBA Stirling Prize winner)