RIBA - Launch: Romanian Architects and Urbanists Forum

We are pleased to request your presence at the launch of the Romanian Architects’ and Urbanists’ Forum (RAUF) on Saturday 14th October at the RIBA HQ in London.  The event is organised with the support of the Royal Institute of British Architects and part of ‘’Nice to meet EU’’ campaign.

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Venue: RIBA Forum Venue, 76 Portland Place, Marylebone, London W1B 1N

Duration: 2h,  14h00 - 16h00

Start: 14h00 sharp

 

Programme

13h45  Arrival

14h00  Opening: Iolanda Costide, Ana Becheru

Message from Sherban Cantacuzino CBE FRIBA - RAUF Life President

Message from Serban Tiganas, President of Romanian Order of Architects

14h30  RIBA Introductions

Dian Small - Director of RIBA London

Mitch Steprans - RIBA Membership Development Manager

15h00  Networking Session

16h00  Closing and departure

Serban Cantacuzino, CBE, is a Romanian architect, former secretary of Royal Fine Art Commission, but also the founder and president of Pro Patrimonio foundation. Cantacuzino was educated at Winchester College and Magdalen College, Oxford. He is a fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects.

The Romanian Architects’ and Urbanists’ Forum (RAUF) is an association formed at the initiative of a group of Romanian architects, town planners and designers, practicing in the United Kingdom.  The Forum proposes to promote and favour professional contact through a series of cultural and educational exchanges.  

Royal Institute of British Architects  RIBA aims to support British architects and introduce new people to the world of architecture.

Nice to meet EU Call for all EU Architects living and working in London.

Date Submitted: 25/9/2017

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