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.
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.
Towards the end of last year, the RIBA Awards Group spent two days reviewing hundreds of photographs, drawings and videos submitted for the RIBA International Prize 2018. Of their pick of projects to watch out for as the shortlist and winners are announced later this year, four projects, spanning three different continents, offer new spaces for worship. Take a closer look at these four sacred buildings around the world.
Explore Pablo Bronstein's intricate drawings, find some of the real-life buildings that inspired them using our interactive Google map, and enter our #MyPseudoGeorgian social media contest.
James Stirling was renowned for his clashing palette of primary colours which feature strikingly in his work. While mostly celebrated, his embrace and use of loud colours has sometimes put him at odds with those looking for a more muted palette, but has always left a bold impression on the people he met.
More than 1300 RIBA Members and students served in the armed forces during WWI. Find out about their stories by exploring items in the RIBA Collections and memorials at 66 Portland Place.
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