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76 Portland Place RIBA Competition

76 Portland Place

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​76 Portland Place

RIBA has acquired the lease on a prominent new London building, just a couple of doors from its Art Deco landmark building at 66 Portland Place. The new premises, at 76-80 Portland Place will be transformed to provide high-quality new office space for the RIBA’s London-based staff.

  • today ​30 October 2013
  • place ​London
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  • Project value: £2.7 million
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Theis and Khan Architects have been selected to design the Institute’s new offices at 76 Portland Place, London, W1.

The new premises, just a couple of doors from the Institute’s Art Deco landmark building at 66 Portland Place, will be transformed to provide high-quality new office space that will be exemplary in its design, and environmental sustainability.

The Theis and Khan team, which also included Max Fordham LLP together with Price & Myers, was selected following a panel interview with each of the six shortlisted teams.

RIBA President Stephen Hodder said:

“The selection panel was greatly impressed by all the shortlisted teams’ initial thoughts, approach to the project and their experience and ability to deliver within a constrained timeframe. Theis and Khan gave an exceptionally considered approach and clearly demonstrated how they aim to meet our aspirations. We were particularly inspired by the team’s consideration of the relationship between our new premises and our main RIBA headquarters building, and how they had successfully delivered projects with such synergies in the past.”


Soraya Khan and Patrick Theis said:

“We are thrilled to be appointed to lead the team designing the RIBA’s new offices; it is an enormous privilege and we would like to thank the selection panel. We look forward to delivering a high quality sustainable design that both meets the RIBA's aspirations for its new building and reflects the integrity of 66 Portland Place. We were intrigued by the potential synergies between the two buildings and look forward to developing these further with the RIBA.”
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