At 66 Portland Place

  • Brits Who Built The Modern World 
    13 February - 27 May 2014 
    Launching the new architecture gallery, The Brits Who Built The Modern World 1950-2012 tells the the fascinating global story of how British architecture underwent a transformation in the post-war years to become world-leading in the second half of the 20th century.




  • New British Works: Today – Tomorrow                
    13 February - 27 May 2014                                    
    With a global reputation for expertise and innovation,the UK is a place not only to find space to work, but somewhere to learn, exchange ideas, experiment and collaborate. But why here? How has the UK incubated such success? Featuring new international projects by a range of practices, and guest contributions from experts and commentators, this exhibition explores the characteristics that have made British creativity such a potent force.

At the V&A

  • Empire Builders: 1750 - 1950
    30 November 2013 – 15 June 2014 
    This display is the first part of a season of exhibitions organised by the RIBA that looks at the global journey of British architecture abroad. Through drawings, watercolours, photographs and models it examines where, why and what British architects built internationally, both inside and outside of the British Empire in the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries. Part two and three of this project opens at the RIBA in February 2014. 



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