At a moment when the Barbican and South Bank Centre are considering major expansions and a winner is on the point of being declared in the Olympicopolis competition, the Architecture Foundation and Barbican host an evening of debate about this dramatic expansion of London's arts infrastructure.
The Architecture Foundation is seeking applications for inclusion in a major publication surveying the best British architectural practices established in the past ten years.
A pair of films exploring the mechanised home, the internet of things and living in the Information Age. Featuring the work of design research collaborative Space Caviar, and a rare screening of a 1960s BBC drama, and followed by conversation with Joseph Grima and Simone Niquille.
How to build a garden city from scratch. A discussion as part of the London Architecture Festival.
From May to July this summer, Architecture on Film travels around the world and in time, mounting monthly screenings in its ongoing investigation into the light cinema can cast upon living in and with the constructed world. Full programme now announced.
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