Online Workshops

Model of ABK's competition design for an extension to the National Gallery
Online WorkshopsImages to discover and provoke debate

Image © RIBA Library Photographs Collection


Each online workshop consists of images exploring themes in architecture and design. Among the objects on display online are architectural models, prints, drawings, photographs and archival material, accompanied by questions for students to deepen their understanding of the topic at hand.  


Design in Process

An axonometric projection for an entertainment facility

Creating architecture from the first sketch to publication 

Drawing Out Meaning

Project for a metropolitan cathedral

500 Years of architectural history in drawings

Education in a Modern World

Hallfield Primary School

School design from the Victorians to Modernism

Picturing London

Bankside Power Station

Imagining, experiencing and representing the metropolis

Roaming Rome

Piranesi's 'Via Appia Imaginaria'

Architects as tourists in the Eternal City

Urban Adventures

Claude Flight: 'Speed'

The changing form of the city


Want to know more?

The material shown in these online workshops are from the architectural collections of the RIBA and the Victoria and Albert Museum. Both institutions work together through the V&A + RIBA Architecture Partnership. Access to the collections is free and available to the public to enjoy online at RIBApix and V&A Images, through exhibitions or in designated study and reading rooms.

On-site workshops at the RIBA and V&A and inductions to the collections can be organised for visiting education groups as part of the RIBA's collections-based education programme, contact the Education Curator for more information:

Tel: +44 (0)20 7307 3732


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