Get Involved!

If you would like to get involved contact us directly and participate in the longer struggle. Your help will be invaluable to communicating to a wide audience effectively, making our arguments clear and bold.

We meet biweekly and commit some evenings and weekends to Architectural Workers. We welcome anyone who can contribute their time and skills, on an ad hoc or more routine basis. We welcome people from all academic and professional backgrounds. We value the input of people across gender, race, ability, class, education, and religious backgrounds.

If you’d like to contact us anonymously: for a back and forth exchange you can create an email account using credentials that can’t be linked to your real identity. Otherwise, for a single email you can use a disposable email address via GuerrillaMail.

Fill in our survey!

We are conducting a survey about the working conditions of a contemporary architecture practice, focused on the experiences of the people working there.

Tell us your experience of practice as truthfully as you can be, in as much detail as you feel comfortable. Your answers will help us to build a strong case against the work done by our offices, safeguarding the interests of workers and residents alike.

You anonymity is as important as ours. We appreciate that some of the questions may put your job and safety at risk. Please indicated what level of anonymity you would like.

Click here to fill in our survey.

Interview

We’re conducting peer-to-peer interviews either over the phone or in person. If you’d like to be interviewed about your experience of practice please send us an email.

Mailing List

If you would like to receive periodic updates from Architectural Workers, you can add yourself to our mailing list here.

Report your practice

If you’re not looking to be involved directly you can still report your practice to the RIBA for not paying the [London] Living Wage, as per RIBA requirements. Email them at info@riba.org with the subject line :’[London] Living Wage – breach of Chartered Practice Criteria’.  Click here for a draft letter.