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Architecture

Design Matters: World class buildings by UK architects

updated
February 23, 2021
Published on:
February 15, 2021

The UK is a global architecture centre. Architecture directly contributes £4.8 billion to the UK economy every year, with a further £1 billion a year embedded in the exports of the other industries it supports – from banking to museums, transport to IT services.

In 2019, the architecture sector exported £625 million of creativity, innovation and expertise across the world.

The value of RIBA Chartered Practices' international work increased by 22% in the last year.

This report, published in December 2020, showcases projects that RIBA architects have worked on across the world, sharing their expertise and architectural ambition.

The case studies in this report demonstrate the talent, skill and ambition of architects, who have worked to ensure that UK architecture is, and continues to be, world leading. It includes the Andermatt Concert Hall in the Swiss Alps, and the Inagawa Cemetery Chapel and Visitor Centre, north of Osaka in Japan.

Download report from the RIBA website.

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