Saturday, January 05, 2008

British Architectural Library Abolishes Charges

The British Architectural Library has announced that members of the public are now able to use the Library completely free of charge. The Library collections of about four million items, ranging from books, photographs, archives, periodicals and a whole range of artifacts, are located at the Roya Institute of British Archtects HQ, 66 Portland Place, London. Drawings and archives are held at the Victoria & Albert Museum.

Find out more about the RIBA British Architectural Library, including access to their online catalogue and RIBApix an online collection of c16,000 photographs, drawings and etchings: