A guide to High Tech, which was a development in British Modernist architecture from the late 1960s
A guide to modernist architecture, including the main features, architects and significant projects
Postmodernism describes a style or styles of architecture and the decorative arts that were a reaction to Modernism and the Modern Movement
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has today (12 April 2019) revealed that architectural design studio You+Pea have been selected to create an installation at the RIBA’s landmark HQ building in central London.
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Visit the home of architecture and hear about the places and faces behind George Grey Wornum’s winning design for the RIBA on Portland Place. Our dedicated educators will walk you through the history and design of our landmark building before concluding the tour with an introduction to our forthcoming exhibition.England - London
What does community architecture look like? Making It Happen tells the stories behind four very different examples of new or reimagined public areas. This immersive exhibition charts and celebrates the coming together of communities and architects to craft and create spaces that work for all.England - London
Photography display exploring past and present Thamesmead through archival images from the RIBA Collections and contemporary photographs by artist Nina Manandhar.England - London