RIBA celebrates 175 years

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) will celebrate its 175th Anniversary this year.

River Soar footbridge-design shortlist

The RIBA has announced the shortlist in the competition to design a new foot and cycle bridge crossing the River Soar in Leicester.

RIBA Annie Spink award winners

Professor Andrew MacMillan and Professor Isi Metzstein have been named as joint winners of the RIBA Annie Spink Award for Excellence in Architectural Education.

National Wildflower Centre competition

The RIBA has announced the launch of a new international open competition for the National Wildflower Centre.

RIBA launch counter terrorist competition

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has launched a new competition encouraging students to think creatively about 'designing-in' counter terrorist features into buildings.

RIBA student design competition

The RIBA and DWA Architects have launched a Caring for Older People design competition.

RIBA launches carbon counter

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) today launches Carbon Buzz, an online platform designed to enable practices to monitor their projects' energy usage.

JDA and Arup win river crossing

JDA Architects with Arup has been awarded first prize in the RIBA administered competition to devise a bridge crossing for the River Douglas in Lancashire.

Go on - smile

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) today launches Building Happiness: Architecture to Make You Smile.

RIBA to launch International Chapters

RIBA Wrexham University Competition

RIBA unveils awards shortlist

UK architects launch a Wikipedia

Salisbury market design competition

RIBA research grants announced

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