The current exhibition on show at the RIBA British Architectural Library, gives an insight into the main buildings and street layout designed by John Nash, starting from Regent’s Park and continuing along to St James’ Park.

In the exhibition are images of Nash’s buildings, such as Chester Terrace and Park Crescent. All the images on display are from the collections of the British Architectural Library at the RIBA.

Walking with Nash: from Regent’s Park to St James’ Park is open until September.

Image of cabinet showing pictures of the construction of All Souls Church, as well as the BBC Broadcasting House.

Cabinet showing pictures of the construction of All Souls Church and the BBC Broadcasting House.

        
A cabinet containing designs for the Athenaeum Club House and the Army and Navy Club on Pall Mall.

A cabinet containing designs for the Athenaeum Club House and the Army and Navy Club on Pall Mall.

        
About Wilson Yau
I work for the British Architectural Library at the RIBA as part of a team to share news, images and information online about the activities of the Library and the fascinating items we have in our architectural collections – it contains over four million items, so there's plenty to see! If you’re curious about what we do at the Library and with the collections, or want to discover the latest about our education programmes, public events and exhibitions at the RIBA, please visit www.architecture.com

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