Anne Dye is the Head of Technical Research at the Royal Institute of British Architects, and is responsible for delivering the RIBA’s research agenda. This includes the development, support and promotion of a range of strategic built-environment research projects both within the RIBA, in partnership with other organisations and within the wider research community, as well as providing advocacy for research to key stakeholders.
Before joining the RIBA she spent a decade undertaking quantitative and qualitative built-environment research, as part of multi-disciplinary teams, at the University of Cambridge and later at the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment. Her main research interests are housing quality, sustainable communities and design team / client dynamics. She has a background in science, and prior to concentrating on research was an engineer at Max Fordham LLP, undertaking a diverse range of projects.
Anne joined the RIBA in 2011.