The annual Ask an Architect initiative returns for its fourth year and you can take advantage. Chartered architects from across Northern Ireland are taking part, supporting Friends of the Cancer Centre by offering their time to the public, as part of an initiative being organised by the Royal Society of Ulster Architects (RSUA), PLACE, and the Jill Todd Trust.
The concept couldn’t be simpler. In return for a minimum £40 donation you get an hour-long, no strings attached consultation with a chartered architect. You could discuss any part of your building project – real or imagined, large or small. You can donate and book your architect online at www.askanarchitect-ni.com and you can choose by who’s nearest to you, or by what’s really inspired you.
Who is it for?
In short, if you’re planning a project then Ask an Architect is for you. Perhaps you’re considering how to get the most out of your existing space, or you could be thinking about designing an entirely new home from scratch. When you book your Ask an Architect appointment your chosen architect will contact you in advance of the meeting to help you get the most out of it. You might decide to meet on site to discuss a proposal or you could call by the practice, it’s entirely up to you.
How can I get involved?
People right across Northern Ireland have seen their projects benefit from Ask an Architect over the past four years. Why don’t you let Ask an Architect spark your imagination in 2019? It could just be the start of something very special indeed.
Book now at www.askanarchitect-ni.com
David McCann holds a PhD in North-South relations from University of Ulster. You can follow him on twitter @dmcbfs