This week have your say about the future Dulwich Pavilion, visit the future of compact city living, or join the evening opening of the legendary Denise Scott Brown. Whilst out and about in the city, make sure you don't miss the last of MERGE, the Bartlett Summer Show, and the summer season of architecture and medicine.
Week two of New Designers starts on Wednesday and focuses on students' work in the architecture, interiors, furniture and product design, graphics, and illustration fields. There will be talks throughout the week, so visit to gain inspiration, or to see what the next generation is producing.
Using ten photographs taken by architect, urbanist, theoretician, and educator Denise Scott Brown to frame this exhibition, this showcase will celebrate Scott Brown's pioneering work. The opening reception will be on 10 July.
Celebrating the work of Japan's most influential contemporary artists, this exhibitions will explore their work in collaboration with Tokyo's TOTO Gallery.
and young practices have proposed designs for the 2019 Dulwich Pavilion, a
project which sets the tone for the Dulwich Picture Gallery as visitors arrive.
The community vote will be combined with that of the judging panel to decide the
This special late relates to the RIBA's current exhibition, 'Disappear Here'. Installations, talks, films, and specially curated exhibition combine in this lively evening at the Portland Place heaquarters.
Compact living is not only a lifestyle choice, but an important way to design for residential projects in central locations. This study tour will visit two 1:1 fully functioning living units designed by The Manser Practice and Ab Rogers. These well-designed compact flats at 24 and 19 square metres (respectively) might be the solution to the housing crisis.
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