From Victorian train turntable to RIBA Award-winning revamped arts venue: discover the architectural history of the iconic Roundhouse, where this year's RIBA Stirling Prize party will take place, through photographs and drawings from the RIBA Collections.
This summer RIBA is exhibiting responses to an open-call for architectural ideas that go Beyond Borders. Find out how one of the three selected installations, Merrett Houmøller's mobile Befriending Kitchen for The British Red Cross has been put to use on the Fourth Floor Terrace of 66 Portland Place.
Be a part of building our future! Expressions of interest sought in a competition to design a new Clore Learning Centre at 66 Portland Place.
Every day, thousands of commuters using Bank station pass George Dance the Elder's grandiose Mansion House – do they know the treasures inside?
Former home to one of the largest banks in the world and now a hotel, this building still retains the feel of luxury and excess.
Before its demolition in 2010, to make way for Walbrook Square designed by Foster + Partners, Bucklersbury House had stood on its plot on Cannon Street for over 50 years.
We are celebrating London History Day with a week-long look at the changing urban environment around Number 1 Poultry, the subject of our current exhibition ‘Circling the Square’.
James Stirling was renowned for his clashing palette of primary colours which feature strikingly in his work. While mostly celebrated, his embrace and use of loud colours has sometimes put him at odds with those looking for a more muted palette, but has always left a bold impression on the people he met.