James wanted to work in architecture as soon as he knew what the word meant. He was an all-rounder at school, and what he really loved was problem solving; investigating and exploring a new challenge and finding a satisfying solution. Architecture seemed a source of an endless variety of such challenges.
RIBA Book Club is a chance to hear from some of your favourite architectural authors. The bar at 66 Portland Place allows for intimate discussion and further understanding of some of our most popular books.
Henrietta couldn't tell you why or when she first realised she wanted to be an architect, but it was from a very young age. She always had an interest in design and began her journey into architecture working on tree houses, woodland camps and dolls' houses.
RIBA North East is looking to 'Change the Record' when it comes to Equality, Diversity & Inclusion, Grace Choi explains more about her plans to do so following her recent election to Regional Council.
From Astroturf to eco architecture, a glimpse from around the country
The first apprentices and their practices explain what the scheme can offer
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) responds to the Government’s Immigration White Paper.
The winner of the third and final #DisappearHere social media image contest announced.
A hundred years on from the 1919 Housing Act, we kick start a programme of talks, displays and events exploring how architects old and new have experimented with creating homes for all.