April 9, 2019
Hatch is invited to participate in RIBA's China debut
On April 9, RIBA held its first event in China in Shanghai. Invited by Ben Derbyshire, chairman of RIBA, and Ken Wai, the first chairman of RIBA China, HATCH's co-founder David Wei attended the event.

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) was founded in 1834, and obtained The membership of The Royal Institute in 1837. It has more than 30,000 members worldwide, and is one of The two most famous architectural institutes in The world, together with The American Institute of Architects (AIA). Senior honorary members include Norman foster, David chipperfield, tadao ando, ieoh Ming pei and other internationally renowned architects.

As one of the important parts of this activity, David and Ben Derbyshire, chairman of RIBA, Ken Wai, the first chairman of RIBA in China, and Martin Jochman, chief designer and designer of the hotel visited Shimao Shenkeng Intercontinental Hotel Shanghai. In the evening, RIBA held a welcome dinner. Ken Wai, the first chairman of RIBA China, hosted and delivered a speech. Ben Derbyshire, chairman of RIBA, and Martin Jochman, the main designer of shkeng hotel, gave a wonderful speech.

The royal institution of British architects (RIBA) is a professional membership body that strives to promote excellence in the building industry. Currently, there are more than 40,000 members worldwide, conducting academic discussions, raising the level of architectural design, maintaining and setting high standards; Good resources and world-leading incentive programs; Study the knowledge system of architecture, increase social influence, and protect the future development of the industry.

RIBA seeks and establishes partners worldwide, defines standards and sharing systems for excellence in education, adheres to lifelong learning and continuing professional development, makes BIM mainstream, and organizes and organizes international expert seminars.

Through this activity, HATCH learned about RIBA's development plan and vision in China, gained a clearer understanding of the direction of future architectural Design, and more determined his responsibility and mission as a designer -- empowering Life with imaginative and creative Design.
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