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NEWS ROYAL INSTITUTE OF BRITISH ARCHITECTS


RIBA announces Clore Learning Centre


The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) will be opening an “inspiring” new learning space within its central London landmark building on 29 October. The RIBA Clore Learning Centre, designed by architects Hayhurst & Co, will be a new destination for people of all ages to engage with architecture. It will be a setting for hands-on, creative activities for a range of audiences, from children and families to lifelong learners. The centre has been made possible by a grant from the Clore Duffield Foundation. The 365 m2


space is being created on the


fourth floor of RIBA’s Grade II* Art Deco building. Including an outside learning terrace, it will feature a studio, showcase space and study, designed as a series of adaptable areas that can be used in differ- ent ways. It’s designed to enable an “active


learning experience through creative making and sharing”.


Speaking about the new centre, RIBA president Ben Derbyshire said: “The RIBA has long understood the importance of helping everyone to engage with architecture and the built environment and the role they can play in shaping it. We are enormously grateful to the Clore Duffield Foundation for their vision and generous grant which are making this possible.” Gillian Wolfe CBE, chair of the RIBA public education committee said: “The new Clore Learning Centre marks a radical enhancement in the RIBA’s ability to deliver learning activities to general public. It will enable a huge expansion of its existing programmes of active creative design-based education to intrigue and enrich the understanding of our built environment”


The RIBA learning programme offers opportunities for people to explore, question and celebrate the built environment. It supports learners of all ages and experiences in understanding how the places in which they live, learn, work and play come to be. Inspired by architects past and present and RIBA’s collection of more than four million items, the programmes encourage learners to “think critically and test the bounds of their creativity”. RIBA currently delivers approximately


320 learning events each year, including the RIBA National Schools Programme that has engaged over 18,000 children since its launch in 2015. The new centre will increase RIBA’s capacity to host learning activities.


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