In Autumn 2014 The Architecture Foundation presented its annual group exhibition showcasing speculative architectural futures explored in the work of recent architecture graduates.
A collaborative project with emerging Finnish architects, Aarti, Ollila & Ristola to design and build a permanent Floating Viewpoint structure for Camley Street Natural Park in London’s King’s Cross.
London premiere of an award-winning early work from leading documentarian Nikolaus Geyrhalter (Our Daily Bread) exploring Chernobyl’s ‘zone of alienation’ through a portrait of the ghost town of Pripyat – abandoned since the 1986 nuclear disaster – and the people who live and work there.
In Autumn 2014 The Architecture Foundation's Urban Pioneers programme is heading to Thamesmead, where we will be working with a group of young people to make a film that investigates the local built environment and issues it faces.
As part of Spotlight's summer holiday programme, The Architecture Foundation worked with a group of young people who live or study around Poplar to critically explore the area through a series of free creative workshops.
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.
The Cosmology of St James's is a project by Lola Lely, as comissioned by The Architecture Foundation in partnership with The Crown Estate, part of The Ground Floor Project.
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