12.09.2016 | what’s on
by Architekturzentrum Wien
RIBA COLLECTIONS SURVEY
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) holds one of the largest and most important architectural collections in the world. Currently known as The British Architectural Library, the collection comprises original drawings, books and periodicals, personal archives, photographs, models and objects relating to all aspects of architecture dating from the 15th century to the present day.
The survey should take around 10 minutes to complete.
By completing this survey, you will help shape the future of this world-class cultural collection. The survey closes on Sunday 9 October.
The collection is both an Accredited Museum and Designated Collection and is open and accessible to everyone via our reading rooms at 66 Portland Place and the V&A Museum. Items from collection are regularly loaned to exhibitions nationally and internationally, are increasingly visible on-line, and play a vital role in the RIBA’s own exhibition, learning and wider cultural and professional activities.
You can explore some of our collections here:
Throughout 2016, we are looking at ways to improve our collections related activities and services, both opening them up to new audiences and enhancing the facilities available to current users.