June 24, 2014 | Updated: October 26, 2018


RIBA approves the Continuing Professional Development Programme (CPD) by Noken

The Royal Institute of British Architects, RIBA, has approved the CPD or Continuing Professional Development programme by Noken. The institute specifically approved the“ Water Saving Benefits of Sanitaryware and Brassware” seminar.

This seminar is based on responsible water consumption in sanitaryware and brassware, which includes points of interest for architects and builders as an introduction to the code for sustainable homes and how sanitaryware can be adapted. Using the definition of ECO friendly brassware and sanitaryware and an analysis how it works, we are able to launch environmentally friendly products in the market and look at how they can be adapted to the environment in a respectful manner.

The seminar on Water Saving Benefits of Sanitaryware and Brassware developed by Noken, can be consulted on www.ribacpd.com. This information is approved by RIBA and is available for free upon request for studios, architects and interior designers.

This acknowledgement renewed the collaboration between PORCELANOSA Group and RIBA for continuing professional training which was a milestone for the company given the importance of RIBA; one of the main professional organizations of architects in the United Kingdom, with over 44.000 members. They are recognised for awards such as the Golden Medal of RIBA – for the professional career of an architect- or the Stirling prize- for the best building set in the United Kingdom or designed by a British architect.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *