If you aren't packing your bags to go away on holiday, why not take the time at the weekend to explore the city outside your door? There are plenty of walking tours to choose from as well as talks and workshops to keep you busy. Don't miss out on visiting on exhibitions ending this week; both Hope to Nope at the Design Museum and the London School of Architecture's Idencity close their doors in the coming days.
Led by an acclaimed architectural photographer this tour will take your photography skills onto a new level. Participants will bring their cameras and will learn how to observe and capture the city, discovering how to use light and angles along the way.
Pecha Kuncha, roughly meaning 'chit chat' in Japanese, is a much loved format for discussions in the design industry. This intimate event hosted by RAW labs gives participants the opportunity to become part of the conversation and to share ideas. Networking over drinks will follow the discussions, allowing the predicted mix of artists, makers, and designers to continue talking about their work.
This tour of the historic and finacial heart of our capital, The City of London, will explore how this area has regenerated time and time again over the centuries. This walk will also highlight the next series of change scheduled for the district including projects designed by PLP Architecture and KPF.
Part yoga session and part creativity workshop, this session would be a perfect way to start a Sunday morning. After the event, expect to be able to approach and solve problems creatively.
This returning walk from The London Ambler is a favourite amongst the tours of London. Follow the path of the mostly buried river Fleet. Hidden viaducts, monuments, and 19th century transformations feature on this fascinating historical tour.
Have an event you want to submit? Send it to Bustler for review here.
Find more events in London here.
Also keep track of our weekly event picks for New York City and Los Angeles.
Comment as :