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London History Day: The London that might have been

To celebrate London History Day, we've delved into the RIBA Collections to explore proposed, but never built, architectural schemes for London through history, and alternative proposals for existing buildings. Discover the schemes through the RIBApix image library and vote for your favourite unbuilt London building.

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Disappear Here: An introduction to perspective

Disappear Here explores the lineage of perspective across centuries and technologies. With quotations from Sam Jacob, we provide an introduction to the exhibition and the theme of perspective - where it originated and what the future may hold.

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The RIBA International List 2018 - A closer look: Houses

RIBA Awards Group member John Pardey reflects on the six private house projects on the 2018 RIBA International List, and talks about what made them stand out to the RIBA International Prize judges as buildings to watch out for in 2018.

Women's impact on Modernism in Britain
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Modern Women - the female contribution to British modernism

A look at some of the female pioneers of British Modernism and their contribution to architecture, for International Women's Day

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Pattern books: Creating the Georgian ideal

During the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, architectural pattern books like the ones on display in our Pablo Bronstein exhibition, were instrumental in spreading the Georgian ideal across the English-speaking world.

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Neave Brown: Building a legacy

A short film about Neave Brown, pioneer of social housing and Royal Gold Medal recipient 2018, featuring interviews from the people who live in the houses he designed, have been inspired by his work and knew him as a peer and friend.

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