Exhibit your work at the RIBA’s Practice Space
The Practice Space is an exhibition hire opportunity for architects and designers to express what they do and what inspires them in a creative and engaging way. Located at the RIBA’s prestigious London headquarters, the space is dedicated to presenting contemporary ideas and professional knowledge about architecture in all its forms.
Through an annual programme of temporary displays, it celebrates outstanding national and international projects by emerging and established architects and showcases new research into architectural practice and processes.
Projects shown here will primarily:
- Disseminate new ideas and knowledge founded on practice and research, which will be of benefit to architectural practices, researchers and stakeholders within the industry
- Showcase outstanding national and international architectural projects
- Illustrate and announce architectural awards and competition winner
We welcome and encourage proposals in any variety of media - photography, drawings, models and/or films and audio displays. Previous shows in this space include: ‘Baltic Material Assemblies’ - a joint exhibition with the Architectural Association School of Architecture (2018); ‘Social housing: Definitions and design exemplars’ by Karakusevic Carson Architects (2017); ‘Life of Clay: Experimental Practice at Grymsdyke Farm’ by Guan Lee and Eleanor Morgan (2016) and ‘Charles Correa: India’s Greatest Architect’ - designed by David Adjaye (2013).
The Practice Space is in addition to other exhibition spaces at the RIBA’s Grade II* listed Art Deco HQ, 66 Portland Place. The Architecture Gallery on the ground floor offers regular, free exhibitions that display its world class collections contained in the British Architectural Library. The First Floor Gallery also showcases the activities of the RIBA including exhibitions on the RIBA’s annual Stirling Prize and Royal Gold Medallist.
To hire the Practice Space contact the Exhibitions team on email@example.com with your proposal.