This World Book Day, discover two historic architectural publications in the RIBA Collections: the epic 88 volume 'London Street Views' published in the 1830s by John Tallis, and Sir Banister Fletcher's 'History of Architecture', first published in 1896.
Compliance with Part M may not be sufficient to prevent discrimination under the law.
The RIBA encourages all members to fill in the MHCLG survey before 6 March and share your needs
There is a contract to suit every procurement path
Help government understand the impact on the industry by answering a short survey before 2 March
RIBA offers different options and routes to support you in your continuing professional development. There is still time to book for our flagship Core and City Club programmes in 2018.
See the winning entries to the #MyPseudoGerorgian contest including drawings, collages and photos of London's Georgian and not so Georgian architecture
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.
A look at some of the female pioneers of British Modernism and their contribution to architecture, for International Women's Day