Local architects, practices, and RIBA members joined our regional teams and branches across the UK to celebrate International Women's Day with film screenings, talks, and networking events.
Take a closer look at the ten office projects on the 2018 RIBA International list, which reveal a range of global trends in workplace design. Collaboration, wellbeing and new technologies are common themes for the judges' selection of office projects, which span Australia, China, Germany, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands and Portugal.
This World Book Day, discover two historic architectural publications in the RIBA Collections: the epic 88 volume 'London Street Views' published in the 1830s by John Tallis, and Sir Banister Fletcher's 'History of Architecture', first published in 1896.
See the winning entries to the #MyPseudoGerorgian contest including drawings, collages and photos of London's Georgian and not so Georgian architecture
RIBA Awards Group member John Pardey reflects on the six private house projects on the 2018 RIBA International List, and talks about what made them stand out to the RIBA International Prize judges as buildings to watch out for in 2018.
A look at some of the female pioneers of British Modernism and their contribution to architecture, for International Women's Day
During the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, architectural pattern books like the ones on display in our Pablo Bronstein exhibition, were instrumental in spreading the Georgian ideal across the English-speaking world.
Whether you've never considered entering the RIBA Awards before, or you're an old hand, there are plenty of reasons to submit your project. You might be surprised at the range of buildings that the awards celebrate. We've debunked some of the common myths about the RIBA Awards. Your project could be just what our juries are looking for.
Towards the end of last year, the RIBA Awards Group spent two days reviewing hundreds of photographs, drawings and videos submitted for the RIBA International Prize 2018. Of their pick of projects to watch out for as the shortlist and winners are announced later this year, four projects, spanning three different continents, offer new spaces for worship. Take a closer look at these four sacred buildings around the world.