About the V&A + RIBA architecture partnership

The Temple of Vesta at Tivoli, cork model, © RIBA Library Drawings Collection

The Temple of Vesta at Tivoli, cork model, © RIBA Library Drawings Collection

The V&A and RIBA Architecture Partnership is the name given to the initiative of the Victoria & Albert Museum and the Royal Institute of British Architects to promote the understanding and enjoyment of architecture.

Together the V&A and the RIBA have opened the UK's first permanent architecture gallery and new study rooms at the V&A.

The Partnership brings together the RIBA's drawings and archives collections and the V&A's collections of architectural drawings and photographs at one location - the V&A in London. It also brings together the expertise of each institution in an exciting new programme of temporary exhibitions at the V&A, at the RIBA, and on tour.

There is also an educational programme and study and teaching rooms. Go to the links below for information:



 

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RIBA Headquarters

Royal Institute of British Architects
66 Portland Place
London W1B 1AD
Tel: +44 (0)20 7580 5533
RIBA Website

RIBA Press Enquiries

For information and images about V&A and RIBA Architecture Partnership exhibitions, events and educational programmes, contact the RIBA Press Office:

Tel: +44 (0)207 307 3761
Email: pressoffice@inst.riba.org

The Medal Cabinet Appeal

We urgently need your help to raise £534,000 to save this rare and remarkable medal cabinet from export. We only have until July 2014 to acquire it and ensure its place in the national collections.

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The V&A Book of Western Ornament

The V&A Book of Western Ornament

Ornament has been central to western culture for thousands of years and surrounds us every day, whether on buildings, clothes and accessories, cars or…

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Event - Royal Institute of British Architects Tour

Thu 09 October 2014–Wed 15 October 2014

Take a private tour of 66 Portland Place, the London headquarters of the Royal Institute of British Architects.

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