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Project for a metropolitan cathedral, perspective view, 1782. Designer: Étienne-Louis Boullée. © RIBA Library Drawings and Archives Collections

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DRAWINGS FROM OUR ARCHIVE

The British Architectural Library houses a vast selection of architectural drawings, dating as far back as the 14th century to the present day.

Here we take a peak at some of our collection, exploring the designs that led to some of the most famous buildings we see before us today.

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Ghoulishly Gothic

Discover some ghoulishy gothic images from our photographs and drawings archives

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PERIODICALS IN THE LIBRARY

Discover 150 years of architectural history from across the world through around 2000 journals titles at our British Architectural Library.

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Anyone for tennis?

A drawing from the RIBA's collections reveals that Paris and Wiltshire were connected by tennis

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BOOKS FROM THE LIBRARY

Our library is open to all, with some of our books dating back hundreds of years. Here we take a look some of our most favourite items.

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Drawing Out Meaning

The collections of the RIBA tell us how the meaning of the drawings has changed during 400 years

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