Gibb confirmed the plans as he unveiled a plaque in London in honour of the group's contributions to music.
The plaque is situated in Mayfair at the former home of the band's manager Robert Stigwood where Robin, along with brothers Barry and Maurice, composed songs between 1968-1980.
Gibb told the BBC: "It's very special and more so because of losing Maurice in 2003, my twin brother. It's an honour to him because he is no longer with us and because it is bringing up memories.
"It used to be a hub for meeting up and writing."
Notable Bee Gees hits include 'Stayin' Alive', 'Night Fever' and 'More Than A Woman'. They also penned the Diana Ross track 'Chain Reaction' and Dionne Warwick's 'Heartbreaker'.
Musicals based on the hits of Abba (Mamma Mia!) and Queen (We Will Rock You) have proved to be recent successes.