Following 30 years of rapid development on the Isle of Dogs, London’s epic new financial quarter is embarking on its latest large-scale expansion
Two fantastical visions of 24 hours in mid-century New York City. Dancing images and dancing protagonists take to the screen in a double bill dedicated to the rhythms and imaginary of New York, New York.
The Syrian architect and author speaks with the award-winning Observer journalist at Papers festival of creative responses to the refugee crisis
The architect talks about the pioneering housing schemes she designed for the London Boroughs of Southwark and Lambeth in the 1960's and 70's
Formerly the capital’s biggest fishing port, Barking is once again providing the sustenance for London’s growth
Oliver Wainwright explains in 10 minutes why viability assessments are wreaking havoc on London's social housing and why the new mayor must scrap them
A diary of urban life in 15 chapters, Counting hypnotically captures the ephemera of cities including New York, St. Petersburg and Istanbul, as Cohen's wandering camera gazes with forensic fascination upon the world around it.
A day-long festival of the art, culture and architecture of the refugee crisis
A tale of coming of age and the refugee experience, director Vladimir Tomic intimately reflects upon his youth moored in Copenhagen’s docks – in a converted ship housing 1000 refugees seeking asylum from the 1992 Bosnian war. Tomic will join us for a Q&A after the screening.
Free tour of Dalston Lane by Waugh Thistleton Architect
A group of bold and energetic unaccompanied asylum-seeking children invite you to join a meal in the world they have created in the Barbican
Here's how you can help the work of the amazing charities involved in Papers
As part of the AF's programme of events around the Mayoral election, we bring together some of the world's most innovative city architects
The Architecture Foundation is seeking volunteers to help build Papers, the festival of refugee art and architecture this week only
After decades of dislocating highways – Lewisham is mid-way through a massive regeneration programme which has seen a flurry of towers erupt on its western fringe
The worst thing about the 2016 Venice Biennale was the response of its sanctimonious critics
Free tour of Brentwood School's The Bean Learning Resource Centre, Sixth Form Centre and Assembly Hall for AF Members led by Cottrell & Vermeulen
Farshid Moussavi hosts a discussion and drinks reception at the British Pavilion with micro lectures by Assemble, Baxendale, Orkidstudio and Studio Sam Causer
Vive l'Amour’s languid tale of urban alienation weaves a tragicomic love triangle, as overlapping lives seek respite in the same empty Taipei apartment. Artist Gonzalez-Foerster’s work pays poetic pilgrimage to the film’s final scene.
Tottenham has been promised a fresh wave of regeneration following the 2011 riots which saw unprecedented looting and destruction within many of the district’s thoroughfares