BOOKS FROM THE LIBRARY
The British Architectural Library houses a vast selection of architectural books, dating as far back as the 14th century to the present day.
Here we take a peak at some of our collection, exploring architecture through topics in print.
Some of the books in the British Architectural Library at the RIBA have come from well-known names in architecture.
The story of how 2,000 church guides, representing 1,000 years of architecture, found its way into the RIBA's collections.
With 150,000 books in its collections, some volumes dating back to 15th century, conservation is of paramount importance.
Over four million books, journals, photographs, drawings and archives make up out libraries collections
Discover 150 years of architectural history from across the world through around 2000 journals titles at our British Architectural Library.
Having celebrated it's 150th anniversary, Charing Cross railway station is a true historic London landmark.
A unique collection of architectural drawings, explored through the stories they tell.
The Photographs Collection houses a vast wealth of visual history, including some unique treasures. Why not take a peek?