The Architects Underground, staged at RIBA last Wednesday (and every Wednesday going forward), was absolutely amazing. A wonderful mixture of dance, poetry, music, and riveting lectures spanning the worlds of architecture and music recording. The lecture delivered by Giles Martin on the innovative recording process of Strawberry Fields, Penny Lane, and several songs from Sgt Peppers, with the use of some 40 individually soloed tracks and out-takes from the original Abbey Road sessions was mesmerising. Fabulous event! More...
Beautiful venue. DJ’ing for a wedding here and would recommend it to anyone. Brilliant staff, wonderful surroundings and great atmosphere
It’s great place to visit and you can get a good up of coffee and snack The history is very interesting and they have a number of events on offer
Really great Family Fun Day at RIBA today. Nice to see that RIBA are encouraging the next generation to think about structures and the design process in such a hands on way. Helpful staff and the cafe is very reasonable too. Look forward to more family days in the future. More...
was amazing talk “RIBA + VitrA : Emre Arolat” thanks RIBA
Amazing Venue. The Royal institute of Architects. Fitting venue for A sophisticated Show . Timeless elegance. Jasper Conran AW19 Collection
Cool place for thinking with coffee and cake :)
It's a great venue for a party with the lovely terrace outside the Florence Hall. The staff were very welcoming.
This is a beautiful old building in the heart of London, I enjoyed my time there. The staff were very friendly.
RIBA means we don't know but your encouragement is so good
Great place, nice people ! A lot of knowledge.
My first time at RIBA and totally exceeded all expectations. A fantastic evening in this beautiful building and exceptionally well organised event � Article 25 event.
Great place to meet, have a coffee in the cafe and a wonderful building. I met 2 colleagues there and we had lunch and I have to say it was one of the best meals I have had in a long time. Please never change.
The Pseudo Georgian exhibition was very interesting, well laid out and not all intimidating. Fascinating commentary by the artist which was beautifully tongue in cheek at times. Interesting bookshop and much appreciated free past copies of A magazine. Needs to be more widely promoted, must cite Ianvisits blog for my knowledge of this. My only complaint was the cost of the book. If cheaper I would have bought it to visit some of the sites to contrast and compare. More...
I attended this event with an architect friend of mine.Really enjoyed the guided tour of the building.The talk on Elephant and Castle regeneration was not as we had expected it and the speakers were unclear not able to handle the Mike appropriately. No clear reason to create a Latin Quarter. More...
INTERQUEST! It was a very good event for digital book printing market. RIBA is very usefull for special events.
Wonderful central London location for a great institution...great exhibitions and I enjoyed the coffee thank you sooooo much.
Fantastic evening listening to great speakers and seeing some AMAZING houses and buildings at Bringing the Outside In - California Midcentury Modernist Architecture event. Thanks so much to all involved.
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I love the the roadshow, the exhibition and the bookshop.
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as a former member of the the institute I am gisgusted about the decision to boycot Israel. If I had not withdtrawn my membership I would defenitely do it now and shall ask members that agree to do likewise.
It is deeply distressing to see RIBA sucked into the propaganda anti-Israel hate machine. A propaganda campaign which does nothing to advance peace between Israelis and Palestinians, but instead demonises Israel while condemning Palestinians to a the state of permanent victimhood. What is more concerning is that RIBA is in fact breaking the law. You are in direct violation of the Race Relations Act which defines Jews as a race. Israel as the Jewish State is the focus of your selective and highly discriminatory actions. This is unlawful. It should also be unconscionable. I urge you to apply your selective morality fairly and stop discriminating against Jews and Israelis. More...
Finally a corporation with a conscience. Thank you RIBA for refusing to stain your hands with Palestinian blood. Israel is an occupying terrorist state, an illegal apartheid state, that is occupying Palestinian land and systemically wiping out its Arab population. More and more companies should follow suit. Boycott the Zionazis. More...
Well done for supporting justice and boycotting Israel.
Your respect for humanity does you great credit. Apartheid was wrong in South Africa, and wrong in Palestine.
Thank you RIBA for taking a stand against the complicity of Israeli architects in the war crimes being committed by their government.
Thankyou RIBA for your principled resolution suspenging Israeli architects from your international union.
thank you for standing up for the oppressed
Thank you for supporting justice in Palestine! Israel will not comply with international law, so the next option is to impose sanctions via boycott, divestment and exclusion from membership in groups like yours. This action will encourage others to take the same step, that's why the zionists are so angry. Well done! More...
please to read RIBA vote on the boycotte of the Israeli settlement apartheid tyranny.
Architecture is all about how we live and live with each other. I am so pleased to read the news that RIBA has taken the brave stance of condemning Israeli illegal settlements. Well done! And well done Angela Brady! More...
I like this place a lot!
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