The Royal Society of Arts is situated in London. This multi-storied building has a statue right on top of the building along with some sculptures beneath that. There is a giant wall-clock set at the top of the building’s other side as well.
The Royal Society of Arts or RSA (formerly known as the Society for the Encouragement of Arts) was founded in 1754. Benjamin Franklin became a member of the society back in 1756. The early meetings of the society used to be housed in Covent Garden coffee shops. Maintaining the close association to the society, Benjamin became the Society's Corresponding Member after returning to the US in 1775.
Royal Society of Arts awarded Louis Pasteur the Albert Medal in 1882.
Alexander Graham Bell was awarded the Albert Medal by the Royal Society of Arts in 1902.