The RIBA exhibitions and public events deliver inspiring programmes, providing a platform for rigorous debate and visual experiences about historical and contemporary architecture. Since opening our Architecture Gallery in 2014 we have hosted historical exhibitions from Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Palladian Design to contemporary site-specific installations such as the critically acclaimed The Brutalist Playground by Assemble and Simon Terrill. Our purpose is to connect the RIBA Collections with contemporary practice to create engaging and thought-provoking programmes for people of all ages and backgrounds.
This book attempts to recover the stories of the women architects whose careers nearly parallel the development of modernism in colonial and postcolonial India. Extensively illustrated, featuring drawings and photographs, this book will be a milestone in the modernist narrative of South Asia.
This new biography-featuring over 150 archival images and full-color photographs printed throughout-introduces Julia Morgan as both a pioneering architect and a captivating individual.
'Inferior is more than just a book. It's a battle cry - and right now, it's having a galvanising effect on its core fanbase' Observer
Part memoir and reflective analysis, Pragya Agarwal examines motherhood and fertility and how it shapes all our lives
An exhibition of projects and maquettes by 20 international female architects addressing the personal challenges they encountered in the course of their careers and offering their observations on women in architecture in the 21st century.
This book provides the first ever attempt to move the debate about gender in architecture beyond the tradition of gender-segregated diagnostic or critical discourse on the debate towards something more propositional, actionable and transformative.