RIBA Journal of Architecture

RIBA Journal of Architecture

The Journal of Architecture was launched in 1995 and is the longest standing, continously published, international, refereed publication on architecture in the UK. It has followed a policy of publishing material on every aspect of architectural endeavour including contributions by students, academics and practitioners.

It is also one of Thomas Manss & Company's longest running successes. Despite its contemporary look and feel, the design for this quarterly journal was actually created more than fifteen years ago. Beautifully crafted typographic templates for the covers and all the inside pages were given to the typesetters, who have been producing the journal ever since.

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RIBA Royal Institute of British Architects

The Royal Institute of British Architects is a professional membership organisation and aims to advance architecture by demonstrating benefit to society and promoting excellence in the profession.

The organisation's HQ is in a fine Grade II-listed 1930s building, designed by Grey Wornum, at the junction of Portland Place and Weymouth Street in London W1.

The building houses an extensive architecture bookshop, a café with outdoor terrace, galleries hosting exhibitions, lecture theatres for talks, and is home to one of the finest architectural libraries in the world.