14 May 2013 - 07 September 2013
Closed Sunday, Monday, Thursday
Open Tuesday 12pm (noon) - 8pm, Wednesday and Friday 11am - 4pm, Saturday 10am - 1.30pm
Due to the summer closure of the Library’s Reading Room, the exhibition will be closed to the public between Saturday 27 July and Monday 2 September 2013. It will reopen at 10am on Tuesday 3 September.
The RIBA will be closed for the Bank Holiday on Monday
During weekdays, construction work will be taking place for the new ground floor gallery
opening in spring 2014, which will showcase original material from the RIBA collections. Therefore there may be some background noise during your visit.
British Architectural Library, RIBA 66 Portland place London W1B 1AD
The great traditions and charateristics of Indian architecture across the centuries are the focus of this display drawn from the unique RIBA collections.
Through 19th and 20th Century photographs and drawings, it features some of the great buildings of India, as well as lesser known structures and places.
It reveals venacular traditions, intimate spaces and Asian influences - references to which can be found in the work of architect Charles Correa
Part of the 'Out of India Season'
Free of charge
Public Programmes talks and information line
0207 307 3699
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