Resources

Education Curator and students looking at collection material in the Education Room, RIBA
ResourcesFor use in schools, at home or visits to the RIBA and V&A.

The Library offers a wide range of learning resources for different age groups to support all learners in exploring and utilising the collections whether on-site at 66 Portland Place, in the classroom, at the Victoria & Albert Museum or around the city.

 

Teachers' downloads
Explanatory site plan for Hallfield Primary School showing the school buildings represented as natural plant forms

Resources to use in and out of the classroom.

Key Stage 2-5

Hands-on resource boxes
Architectural composition entitled 'A Tribute to Sir Christopher Wren' by Charles Robert Cockerell, 1838

Themed boxes of materials at the V&A.

Key Stage 2-5

Videos
family workshop, RIBA, 2012

Ideas and inspiration from past RIBA workshops

Key Stage 2-5

Childrens pack and activity sheets
66 Portland Place

Visit and discover the secrets of the RIBA's HQ.

Ages 7+

Online exhibitions
 
Lots Road Power Station

Discover our architectural talks and displays.

Key Stage 2-5

Online workshops
  
Detail of a diagram in 'Planning Your Neighbourhood' by Ernö Goldfinger

Explore themed collections of architectural images.

             

Think Architecture - careers booklet (PDF)
Think Architecture booklet cover

Download the RIBA's guide on becoming an architect.

Key Stage 3+

RIBApix
  
RIBApix

Over 72,000 architectural images to view or research online

  

British Architectural Library: online catalogue
Visitor using the online catalogue

The Library is free and open to the public, find out what's available

   

 

 

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