Chipperfield is right to criticise us, says RIBA presidential contender

Alan Jones in Basel

Institute should enlist ‘big hitters’ like Chipperfield and Foster

David Chipperfield was right to criticise the institute for not making more noise about Brexit, RIBA presidential hopeful Alan Jones has said.

He also said big guns like Chipperfield and Norman Foster should be enlisted by the RIBA whether or not they were members. Their experience, knowledge and clout were invaluable on or off the institute’s elected Council, he said.

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