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RIBA cuts ribbon on new HQ gallery

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The RIBA has taken the wraps off a new £900,000 gallery designed by Carmody Groarke with Julian Harrap inside its 1934 London headquarters

The free-to-enter ground floor space will showcase models, photographs and drawings from the institute’s collections with an inaugural exhibition on ‘The Brits Who Built the Modern World.’

Carmody Groarke’s competition-winning scheme has replaced several offices on the ground of the Grade II*-listed Grey Wornum-designed building. The exhibition was designed by Draught Associates.

Carmody Groarke's new gallery inside the RIBA's Portland Place headquarters. Photography by Philip Vile

Source: Photography by Philip Vile

Carmody Groarke’s new gallery inside the RIBA’s Portland Place headquarters. Photography by Philip Vile

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