Just over a year ago, we were asked to produce some visualisations of a new Architecture Gallery designed by Carmody Groarke at the Royal Institute of British Architects. Last week, the gallery was inaugurated by the five names that put British Architecture on the global map: Foster, Rogers, Farrell, Grimshaw and Hopkins. The space opens with an exhibition about the story of how British architecture came to dominate the world, accompanied by a major new BBC TV series. We're thrilled to see RIBA get such great recognition as they champion the benefits of good design in the world around us. And of course, it's always a delight to see our pixels rendered in real, enduring stone.
Pictured: visualisation and actual photo of the entrance to the new Archietcture Gallery at 66 Portland Place (image credits: Stavroula Avgerinou/Philip Vile).