Sixteen local Cambridge practices joined us at the Department of Architecture, Cambridge University for our student mentoring scheme Meet and Greet evening.
Pheasants, a striking new house next to the Thames that took a decade to complete, and Red House, a bold red brick new-build house on an awkward site at the end of a South East London Victorian terrace – are the first two homes to be shortlisted for the 2018 RIBA House of the Year award.
RIBA North, in partnership with the Royal Fine Art Commission Trust, hosted Lord Heseltine and Lord Palumbo at the second annual Lord St John of Fawsley Commemoration Lecture.
The Practice Space is an exhibition hire opportunity at the RIBA's prestigious London headquarters for architects and designers to express what they do and what inspires them in a creative and engaging way.
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Chief Executive, Alan Vallance, will sit on the Creative Industries Trade & Investment Board to represent the profession, taking a leading role in supporting the expansion of UK architecture’s services overseas.
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has today (Thursday 1 November) announced the 2019 RIBA International Fellowships which will be awarded to 7 architects from across the globe.
The Chancellor Phillip Hammond delivered his Autumn Budget in the House of Commons on Monday 29 October 2018. Find out what this means for architects.
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has today (Thursday 1 November) announced the 2019 RIBA Honorary Fellowships, which will be awarded to individuals from a diverse spectrum of backgrounds.
Grace is of South Korean descent but was born and bred in the North of England: Manchester. She grew up during the rise of Manchester music and a new entrepreneurial spirit, which was contagious, edgy and exciting. The city, its communities and people fascinated her and she loved to explore its hidden places, drawing and making things at every opportunity that a 16-year-old could find.