Coffey Architects shortlisted for RIBA Clore Learning Centre


We are delighted to be shortlisted for the new RIBA Clore Learning Centre at 66 Portland Place.

The project is to create a new study room, terrace and display area in an existing space at the iconic grade II* listed building.

RIBA head of learning Elizabeth Grant said the institute had been “thrilled by the sheer enthusiasm” shown for the Clore Learning Centre, noting the thoughtful and creative responses by all who entered the competition.

For more info, check out the Architects’ Journal and BD Online.