A day in the life of a
RIBA Practice Role Model
In September 2017, Tonkin Liu was selected as a RIBA Practice Role Model, one of just nine practices recognised as embodying the characteristics of a role model organisation. According to RIBA, the project is intended to provoke a profession-wide debate about what it means to be a successful RIBA Chartered Practice.
But what does a working day look like for Tonkin Liu? Featured as part of an Instagram takeover, Tonkin Liu gave RIBA's 77k followers a glimpse into a day in the life of a Practice Role Model.
Above left: Some of the Tonkin Liu architects at work; Greg and George (foreground), Alex and Matt (background).
Above right: The Tonkin Liu team discussing lighting options for an upcoming project in Manchester: The Tower of Light
Above left: Katrina (Studio Manager) and Mike (Director) curating work for the latest exhibition, The Nature of Place at Bath Artists' Studios.
Above left: Be, the honorary studio dog, in her favourite spot in the library
Above right: the team enjoying lunch together in the Sun Rain Rooms: the extension to our Grade II Listed Georgian studio
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