13 February 2014 - 27 May 2014
10.00 AM - 5.00 PM
Monday to Saturday (closed on Sundays)
First Floor Gallery, 66 Portland Place, London W1B 1AD
British architecture today is a global venture. From airports to art galleries, stadia to skyscrapers, practices based in the UK are bringing to life some of the most outstanding and celebrated structures in the world. For many architectural firms, working internationally is a significant part of what they do, and their collective talent is firmly established as one of the UK’s most successful creative exports.
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.
Part of a season of exhibitions and events inspired the BBC series The Brits Who Built the Modern World #BritsExhibition
Are you a RIBA Chartered Practice with New British Work abroad?
As part of the new exhibition we are compiling a digital showreel of New British Works that will be shown alongside a range of new models from large and small British practices working internationally today. If you are an RIBA Chartered Practice and have a project overseas that was completed or is underway in 2013 and 2014, we would like to hear from you. Follow the link below to submit images and we will add them to the display which will be open to the public until 27th May.
New British Works Submission Form
Find out more about becoming a RIBA Chartered Practice to take part
Free of charge
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