RIBA has responded to the Government’s Clean Growth Strategy, launched today (12 October 2017). The strategy sets out the Government’s proposals for decarbonising sectors of the UK economy through the 2020s.
We are pleased to announce the shortlists for the 2017 President's Awards for Research, celebrating the best research in the fields of architecture and the built environment.
While it’s good news that the Prime Minister has made fixing the housing crisis a central priority for the government, the extra £2 billion promised today just won’t meet the scale of investment needed to address decades of under-supply.
A Hall for Hull with ‘Trois Points de Vue’ – a joint commission from RIBA and Hull UK City of Culture 2017 – has been unveiled to the public.
The RIBA International Fellows have been announced for 2018.
The RIBA Honorary Fellows have been announced for 2018.
Hayhurst & Co. announced for new Clore Learning Centre at RIBA HQ
RIBA is delighted to present Pablo Bronstein: Conservatism, or the Long Reign of Pseudo-Georgian architecture. Fifty new drawings by the British-Argentinian artist Pablo Bronstein, are framed alongside a selection of rarely-seen historical Georgian and Neo-Georgian material from the RIBA Collections.
The RIBA has responded to the Secretary of State Sajid Javid's speech on social housing to the National Housing Federation conference 2017
RIBA South West has announced its autumn series of RIBA Annual Lectures at universities running RIBA validated courses across the South West and Wessex regions.
Seeking to inspire the next generation of architects through hearing the stories behind award-winning and innovative architecture, the lectures also mix up students and practicing RIBA architects to stimulate new student-professional connections.