Royal Institute of British Architects presents

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) is proud to present its new-look website – the online home of architecture. has been designed to beautifully showcase architecture, and the enormous impact that buildings and our environment have on people, communities and culture, to a global audience. The new website combines expansive full-width photography and magazine style layouts to deliver flowing stories that can be enjoyed on all platforms.

The launch is phase one of’s transformation from a corporate website, into a go-to destination for all those interested in architecture and architects – befitting its domain name. From easy to understand explanations of styles and trends old and new, to online galleries of RIBA’s blockbuster exhibitions, the site is brimming with ideas to educate and excite visitors.

RIBA members have a dedicated section of the website where they can take advantage of research and information, insider knowledge, high-quality support services, world-class CPD and lots more. The all-new Find an Architect feature is coming to soon; with examples of amazing architecture projects, profiles of architects and easy to use search functions, it has been developed to explain the benefits of working with an architect and introduce clients to RIBA Chartered Practices.

RIBA Chief Executive Harry Rich said:

“With the brand new, RIBA is sharing its knowledge and passion about good design by taking visitors on inspiring and insightful journeys through architecture.

“This is just the start of our website redesign - keep an eye out in the coming months and watch evolve as we respond to feedback and add even more new content, including our new Find an Architect feature.”



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Posted on Wednesday 21st May 2014