Time Out says
Posted: Tue Jul 24 2012
Designed by George Grey Wornum, the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) building is a fine example of 1930s architecture. The Grade II-listed building hosts regular talks and exhibitions. There's also a shop and a café with an outdoor terrace, in addition to one of the finest architectural libraries in the world, which contains around four million items and is open to non-members who bring along photo ID.
What's on at RIBA
This exhibition of works by the prominent British photographer showcases over 100 black-and-white dramatic scenes such as British architecture and European landscapes taken during the 1950s and 1960s, as well as a selection of Smith’s published books,...