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 vignettes of urban scenes such as British architecture and European landscapes throughout the 50s and 60s, as well as a selection of Smith’s published...