Get creative this Easter and join us for our series of fun workshops and courses inspired by architecture and design for families, children and young people.
Sir Christopher Wren is one of the best-known British architects of all time. The RIBA Collections hold a vast number of drawings and photographs of his buildings, as well as many of his scientific ideas. Ahead of the RIBA Friends visit to St Paul’s Cathedral later this month, we take a look at the breadth of Wren’s achievements.
Join us as we celebrate International Women's Day 2019.
Exploring lighthouses through the ages in the RIBA Collections from La Lanterna, Genoa to Dungeness.
We provide an introduction to our latest Architecture Gallery exhibition, Making It Happen: New Community Architecture
Join us this February half term for a series of fun creative workshops and courses inspired by architecture and design, for children and young people.
Each year another handful of organisations throw their hat into the ring with a new awards programme. But in the face of ever stiffer competition, we’re proud that our members still regard the RIBA Awards as the most relevant to architects, clients and the public. So if you only enter one awards programme this year, make it the RIBA Awards.
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.
2018 marks both 20 years since the foundation of the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust and 25 years since Stephen Lawrence’s death.
To mark the significant anniversary year at RIBA, we held a series of events to celebrate everything the Trust has achieved and to fundraise for its future.