The renowned Irish architects Sheila O'Donnell and John Tuomey received the 2015 Royal Gold Medal, the world’s most prestigious architecture award.
British artist Cyril Arthur Farey was in high demand by architects for his ability to produce meticulous and realistic drawings.
This book is the first treatise on architecture in English.
Restructured CIC appoints new board members and refocuses as single voice of the professions.
This new exhibition in the RIBA Practice Space features a selection of entries from the 2018 RIBA Competition to design a new Network Rail Footbridge.
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has submitted evidence to the government’s technical consultation on Approved Document B, the building regulations guidance in England that covers fire safety matters within and around buildings.
The Wales Future Practice Programme is the Royal Society of Architects in Wales' alternative to the RIBA Core CPD in England and offers a variety of seminars, tours and conferences that cover the 10 RIBA core curriculum topics at various venues across Wales. All CPD sessions are tailored to the Welsh context and respond to recent changes in the Welsh Government legislation.
The stigma associated with the subject of mental health means that most architectural practices have nothing in place to support those employees affected. Yet there is plenty that can be done to create a healthy working environment.
The RIBA is pleased to announce 'Industrialised', the 2019 celebration of student work from schools of architecture across the UK. The display will focus on the theme of industrialisation and its impacts, in response to the centennial of the Bauhaus school. The exhibition will be on display between 24 September and 29 November 2019.
The 2018 Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Norman Foster Travelling Scholarship opens today and welcomes applications from Architecture students enrolled in schools of architecture around the world.