After a four-day weekend, kick yourself into the architecture and design scene by considering the wider context of the Greenbelt and beyond to post-industrial regions through walks and talks. It is also your last chance to catch The Design Museum's Ferrari: Under the Skin before it shuts its doors next week.
Product designer Vahakn Matossian and artist Imogen Piper join sound designer and electronic musician Yuri Suzuki in this evening of breaking new ground within music and sound design. Expect to hear politics, design, and melody mix in the evening's program.
Rural areas are perhaps those most affected by social and industrial changes. This exhibition subtly investigates the reality of small towns and regions after the decline of traditional industries. This exhibition showcases key studies, from the disused colliery turned aeronautic training centre in South Wales, to the many quarries of Portland, Dorset.
In recent years there has been plenty of discussion over the loosening of London's Greenbelt to provide room for more affordable housing. This talk will go into whether the protection of this belt and London's industrial workspaces should be re-evaluated and if politicians would even consider a change.
Joe Morris, founding director of Duggan Morris, will lead this walking tour exploring King's Cross. This is part of the Architecture Foundation's new series of walks around the areas of London currently undergoing massive transformation.
This exhibition of over one hundred paintings, sculptures, and drawings created by Picasso within just a five day period in March 1932. The exhibition also has family photographs on display and insights into his personal life at the time.
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