Authorities and Institutes
Historic England

Historic England

Historic England is the public body that helps people care for, enjoy and celebrate England’s spectacular historic environment.

Royal Institute of British Architects

You can find architecture exhibitions and displays throughout the year, as well as creative workshops, courses and events based around their diverse architectural collections which are also available to explore online through stories about our items and RIBApix, their online image platform.

Twentieth Century Society

The Twentieth Century Society campaigns to save outstanding buildings and design that have shaped the British landscape since 1914. Some are iconic, others are little-known gems, but all of them are irreplaceable and many are under threat..

The Concrete Centre

The Concrete Centre provides material, design and construction guidance. Our aim is to enable all those involved in the design, use and performance of concrete and masonry to realise the potential of these materials

Urban Learners

Urban Learners provide young people and children, from all backgrounds, with a platform to contribute to their city through creative and aspirational learning experiences. We are¬†passionate¬†about this, and especially working with young people and children from¬†‚Äėnon-traditional‚Äô¬†backgrounds who often don‚Äôt have the same access to creative activities as their peers.

HomeGrown +

Homegrown Plus is dedicated to improving diversity within architecture and the creative industries.

Thornton Education Trust

Empowering the next generation to have a voice – through a ‚Äėcommunity of practice‚Äô
Young people have a vested interest in their own neighbourhoods, yet are often not part of the long-term engagement process. To ensure that young people’s voices are heard, it is essential to create opportunities for them to engage in the design process.

The Grimshaw Foundation

Connecting young people to the world of art and architecture
‚ÄúWe want to enable young people to experience the art of making and the making of art, and introduce more opportunities and different career paths – opening up the world of creative industries.‚ÄĚ

Acland Burghley School

Acland Burghley School

A rich, empowering curriculum, which drives high standards of literacy, and unleashes students’ creativity
A strong focus on inclusion and equalities, with high standards for all learners. Emphasis on personal development, to foster a culture of kindness and respect, and teach children skills to navigate the complexities of modern life. A place at the heart of our local community, to deliver education in close partnership with others and our local family of schools. A sustainable, healthy and happy school with a bright future, and fully reflective of the community we are so proud to serve

Camden People’s Museum

An ever-growing digital collection of art, history and community celebrating the culture of Camden

Camden History Society

You can look up all the aspects of Camden’s history that the Society has written about over the last 50 years in this index of articles from our annual Camden History Review and bimonthly Camden History Society Newsletter.

London Architecture Diary

Welcome to the London Architecture Diary, your essential guide to all the architecture and design events taking place across the city

New Curators

New Curators is a paid twelve-month curatorial training programme based in London for aspiring curators of contemporary art from lower socio-economic backgrounds.

New Architecture Writers