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
Including Gothic Revival and Neo-Gothic
Join us this February half term for a series of fun creative workshops and courses inspired by architecture and design, for children and young people.
RIBA Book Club is a chance to hear from some of your favourite architectural authors. The bar at 66 Portland Place allows for intimate discussion and further understanding of some of our most popular books.
Five practices explain the impact technology is having on their work, from new design capabilities to algorithm-assisted costing and custom-build houses.
Henrietta couldn't tell you why or when she first realised she wanted to be an architect, but it was from a very young age. She always had an interest in design and began her journey into architecture working on tree houses, woodland camps and dolls' houses.
A hundred years on from the 1919 Housing Act, we kick start a programme of talks, displays and events exploring how architects old and new have experimented with creating homes for all.
Design Matters focuses on demonstrating examples of high quality design in large scale housing developments across the country. All of the examples highlighted are RIBA Award Winning projects.
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Discover our range of opportunities for people of all ages to learn about and appreciate good architecture