British Architectural Library


RIBA, 66 Portland Place
London W1B 1AD


020 7580 5533


020 7631 1802





Library and information resource. The British Architectural Library, held by the Royal Institute of British Architects, is probably the most comprehensive collection on architecture in existence. Access to the library for reference purposes is free to all on production of proof of identity.

A telephone information service is offered to all RIBA members and the public. The library's online catalogue is available to search free via the website. As part of the V&A + RIBA Architecture Partnership, the Drawings and Archives Collections are available in the Victoria and Albert Museum, alongside the V&A's own collection of prints and drawings.

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