Online exhibitions

Alton East Estate, Roehampton, London
A Place to Call HomeExplore Britain’s 250-year obsession with housing.

Image: Alton East Estate, Roehampton, London
© Architectural Press Archive / RIBA Library Photographs Collection

Explore architecture through the images, recorded talks and videos included in the RIBA's permanent online exhibitions. Many of these online displays are based on the RIBA's collections and past exhibitions. To find out more about the RIBA's current and future exhibitions and events, go to What's On.

Adolf Loos 1870 - 1933

Looshaus, Vienna, © Keith Collie / RIBA Library Photographs Collection

The achievements of the  architect and polemicist, and his links to the RIBA


Albert Memorial

South Kensington: its origins, world-famous institutions and future plans

Architecture Gallery

New York

Explore the items from the V&A + RIBA Architecture Gallery at the V&A

Art Deco Triumphant

Ambassade Francaise

The influence of the celebrated exhibition in Paris 1925

Bedford Lemere & Co.

Lots Road Power Station. Image copyright English Heritage

The Architectural Photography of Bedford Lemere & Co. 1870 - 1930

G. F. Bodley

Bodley Holy Trinity

The work of the leading Gothic Revival architect of the late 19th century

How We Built Britain

Canary Wharf Underground Station

A thousand years of British architecture

The Modern Shop

Libertys department store

Striking British shop designs from the 1920s and 1930s

Online workshops

Ernö Goldfinger's 'Planning Your Neighbourhood'

Architectural images and themes for students to discover and debate

On the Threshold

Donnybrook Quarter

A look at the changing face of housing - inside and out



Andrea Palladio

Explore Andrea Palladio's contribution to British and world architecture 

Royal Gold Medal

Royal Gold Medal

Established in 1848, it is still awarded and celebrated today

SAVE Britain's Heritage

Bulldozer at Holy Trinity Rugby

SAVE's 30-year campaign to save Britain's architectural heritage

The RIBA Stirling Prize

2002 Gold Medal winner, Gateshead

Celebrating the best in British architecture

Underground Journeys

Artist's impression of 55 Broadway by David Muirhead Bone. Architect: Charles Holden

Charles Holden's pioneering designs for London Underground


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