Despite the challenges of Brexit and a snap general election, resilient architectural practices have been able to adapt to recent changes as they have done in the past. The RIBA-commissioned research document, Practice Resilience: How architects survive and thrive during challenging times, identifies four key characteristics:
- Business-focussed – Growth is not the main driver for resilient practices, who prioritise creating a strong, sustainable business by investing in the right team, improving how they operate and protecting their financial stability.
- Innovative – Resilient practices are influencers in the future of architecture. They take a long term view and are investing in technology, research and skills to expand business opportunities.
- Adaptable -…