Somehow we find ourselves at the end of September, with a chill in the air for the start of university terms.The end of the month brings us closer to winter, but also marks the end of some great exhibitions. Make sure you don't miss out on Pink Floyd, Frieze, and the Dulwich and Serpentine pavilions.
If you haven't got plans for this evening, get yourself down to Kings Place for an exploration of the relationship between music and architecture (see title image).
Following from their previous workshop for members only, the Design Museum is opening up their yoga workshop to the public. The session is inspired by the California exhibition, of which there is a private view after the class.
Using the facades of sex shops as a subject, this exhibition is full modulated colour Tal R is known for. The exploration of back-of-house versus public façade is an interesting and abstract attraction for the curious.
Emerging architecture practice, APPARATA have designed a site-specific installation for the RIBA headquarters which focuses on exploring the nuances of clacissim. This acts as a functional, sculptural intervention in the foyer, and compliments the current Bronstein exhibition.
This Sunday, the RIBA are opening their doors exclusively to the older generation as part of the national 'Silver Sunday' program. There will be opportunity to use cutting edge technology including VR as a tool in architectural visualisation. Most importantly, there will be tea and biscuits.
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