House of Architecture

66 Portland Place

House of Architecture

The House of Architecture is a developing programme to inspire members, professionals, students, and the public

The House of Architecture is a developing programme to inspire members, professionals, students and the public through a series of engaging, audience-focussed exhibitions and events, delivered both physically and digitally.

Openness, generosity, and diversity will characterise the programme, carefully curated for all those who want to engage in architecture.

"The House of Architecture will exist both online - digitally - and at 66 Portland Place, which we're transforming into an accessible 21st century building and exemplar of re-use. The programme will reach, engage, and inspire people of all ages across the globe, sharing and promoting the power of good architecture."

RIBA President, Simon Allford

Read more via RIBA Journal.

Revealing 66 Portland Place

Architectural historian Neal Shasore introduces the architecture, influences, and innovations of the RIBA’s 1930s headquarters building, designed by George Grey Wornum.

Member Hub

The Member Hub is a digital platform by members, for members. It’s also an important element of the House of Architecture. From discussing big picture matters such as the regulation of the profession, to sharing personal experiences of day-to-day practice – the Member Hub provides an accessible and dynamic space to exchange knowledge and connect our global network.

For the best experience use the RIBA Member Hub App, available from the Google Play Store and Apple App Store, or log in with your architecture.com account.

Google Play Apple Store

Keep an eye on this page for the latest programming.

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