This week is full of talks, walks, and workshops. Whether that is hearing from John Pawson about how colour influences his work, or seeing design within his 2016 Design Museum. If you and your colleagues consider yourselves master bakers, then make sure you secure your place in this year's Gingerbread Competition as it returns to the Museum of Architecture following last year's success.
John Pawson's minimalist style is not perhaps the first to spring to mind when one things about colour. Pawson, known for his clean and crisp architecture, will be joined on the stage by photographer Michael Craig-Martin to discuss the importance and expression of colour in photography, and its relation to architectural design.
Opening this week is The Design Museum's latest exhibition focused on the design journey behind the Ferrari brand. History and design are interwoven here, with models, diaries, sketches and interviews telling the story of this design giant's fascinating past.
For the scrooges among us, the opening of Christmas fairs this week may seem too early, however for those seeking to bring light to a dark November evening, these huge names in the Christmas calendar could be just the thing. Winter Wonderland and Somerset House Skate return to bring cheer to a cold evening. This year's skating at Somerset House will be open late, with the new additions of DJs to this fantastic, iconic setting.
This portfolio surgery is a unique oportunity for future architecture students to receive advice on their portfolios ahead of the UCAS deadline for the 2018 intake.
Images: ©St George Royal Exchange, Kingston - The Old Post Office from Ashdown Road
London is more and more a polycentric city, and this quick-fire set of talks will explore life outside of the centre of the city.
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