A slice of chic, city living from the 1960s.
Britain's first purpose-built comprehensive school.
Once it was the route to the Crystal Palace for tourists from around the world, now it is home to more nocturnal visitors.
For over 130 years the Natural History Museum has been changing the way it displays its exhibits, and in the process enthralling generations of visitors.
Some of our architectural items are almost revered and have a special place in history.
A beautiful and unconventional extension to a London terraced house designed by Tsuruta Architects has been awarded the 2016 Stephen Lawrence Prize.
There were 181 entries into the RIBA London awards this year. Some 68 schemes were shortlisted and visited by one of our four expert juries.
The third in a series of RIBA commissions, 'Pablo Bronstein: Conservatism, or The Long Reign of Pseudo-Georgian Architecture'will open in the Architecture Gallery on 21 September 2017.