A rainy week is a fantastic reason to visit exhibitions and attend talks. This week has some great speakers on offer, including international designers discussing the experimental approaches, and how design encounters and battles the concept of risk.
Bringing together international designers, artists, and thinkers, this symposium will explore the relationship between design and risk. The evening will be chaired by the curator of Beazley Designs of the Year Glenn Adamson.
With some incredible
speakers, including Jonathan Tuckey and Alice Dietsch, scheduled throughout
this year's programme, Architect@work promises to be a lively, insightful, and
innovative exhibition of products, applications, and services. The informal nature
of the format encourages a slower pace for visitors, to explore concepts, and
to maybe have a drink while you're there.
This workshop gives participants the chance to create their own politically inspired banner. Run by the founder of the Protest Banner Lending Library, the internationally run workshops have become a place to 'come together in solidarity through making'.
RIBA's fourth talk in the EUROPA series is this evening focussing on France and Belgium. The series' aim is to expose the most experimental approaches to architectural issues throughout the continent. This talk will be by designers from LAN (Local Architecture Network) and Lina Ghotmeh Architects, 51N4E, Gijs Van Vaerenbergh.
Book your spot for the upcoming Turncoats talk on classical design, and the controversy and provocative opinions surrounding it. Turncoats' events always sell out a long time ahead of the event, so be sure to grab your spot for an unforgettable night of uncensored debate. The panel for this debate include George Saumarez Smith, who's recent exhibition at RIBA, "Measure Draw Build", mixed his built work, large-format drawings and sketchbooks from the last 20 years.
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