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WHAT WE’RE SEEING: Melbourne Open House, Australia

WHAT WE’RE SEEING 27 – 28 July, Melbourne, Australia Malvern Hill Cairo Flats Edgewater Towers Open House weekend began in London in 1992, but it is a concept that has since been replicated all over...

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WHAT WE’RE SEEING: ‘Prefabs: Palaces for the People’ exhibition, London

WHAT WE’RE SEEING Until 2 August Photofusion, 17A Electric Lane, London SW9 8LA Prefabricated housing is a very popular theme in architecture as a means to erect buildings quickly and cost-effectively....

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WHAT WE’RE SEEING: Richard Rogers exhibition at Royal Academy

WHAT WE’RE SEEING Until 13 October 2013 Royal Academy of Arts, Burlington House, London W1J 0BD While the subject of this newly opened exhibition at the Royal Academy is not predominately about...

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WHAT WE’RE SEEING: ‘Zaha Hadid, Who Dares Wins’

WHAT WE’RE SEEING Capital Hill Residence, Moscow, 2006-2011 520 West 28th Street, New York, proposal California Residence, proposal Zaha Hadid is known more for her museums and infrastructure buildings...

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WHAT WE’RE SEEING: Hugh Casson at the Royal Academy, London

WHAT WE’RE SEEING Until 22 September Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1J 0BD This week we are catching up with the Making Friends exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts on the work of British...

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WHAT WE’RE SEEING: Denys Lasdun’s building of Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge

WHAT WE’RE SEEING Until 11 October, Wednesday – Friday Exhibition in the Chapel Crypt, Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge Free Housing project, London (1954) Housing project, London (1958) Housing project,...

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WHAT WE’RE SEEING: Private tour of Marcel Breuer’s Sea Lane House

This month, a private tour of Sea Lane House by Marcel Breuer is being organised by East Beach Cafe and the Twentieth Century Society. Sea Lane House is one of only two remaining examples of Marcel...

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WHAT WE’RE SEEING: Open House London, 21-22 September

Trellick Tower by Ernő Goldfinger Willoughby Road by Guard Tillman Pollock Architects Cardozo Road by Jack Woolley Church Walk by David Mikhail Architects Open City’s Open House London programme takes...

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WHAT WE’RE SEEING: ‘Brutal and Beautiful: Saving the 20th Century’ exhibition...

Wed 25 Sep – Sun 24 Nov 2013 (Wed-Sun)Exhibition in Wellington Arch, Hyde Park Corner, London Adult £4.00 Cromwell Tower The Turn Farnley Hey Rogers House House in Cornwall This exhibition explores the...

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WHAT WE’RE SEEING: Midcentury Show East

Sunday 13th October 2013 Haggerston School, Weymouth Terrace, London E2 8LS 10am – 4pm Entrance £8 on the day Haggerston School Chair from MAR-DEN Ernő Goldfinger’s house Midcentury Modern is launching...

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WHAT WE’RE SEEING: ‘A Dolls’ House’ exhibition and auction

Adjaye Associates FAT Architecture MAKE Architects Twenty architects and designers including MAKE Architects, FAT Architecture, Adjaye Associates, dRMM, Duggan Morris Architects, Studio Egret West,...

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WHAT WE’RE SEEING: The Modernism of Julius Shulman

Visual Acoustics: The Modernism of Julius Shulman Tue 22 Oct 2013 19:00 – 21:00 RIBA, 66 Portland Place, London W1B 1AD Standard ticket: £6 This documentary depicts the life and career of the...

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WHAT WE’RE SEEING: David Grandorge – Without Sun

David Grandorge – Without Sun 26 October – 7 December 12 – 6pm (Thurs – Sat) and by appointment Peter von Kant, 25 Tanners Hill, London SE8 4PJ Early Le Corbusier villa, Paris Cromwell Tower, Barbican...

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WHAT WE’RE SEEING: Pop Buildings – Walks by Twentieth Century Society

Centre Point Pop Art Design, Barbican Art Gallery As part of the Pop Art Design exhibition at the Barbican Art Gallery, these walking tours will explore Pop architecture of the 1960s. The tours will...

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WHAT WE’RE SEEING: The Red House open to public

The Red House Until 19 December 2pm – 5pm (Tue – Fri) Fri 22 – Sun 24 November 10am – 5pm Admission free The Red House in Aldeburgh, the home which composer Benjamin Britten shared with Peter Pears...

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WHAT WE’RE SEEING: Brutal Bath – Building the Post-War City

Until 26 November 2013 Building of Bath Collection, Countess of Huntingdon’s Chapel, The Paragon, Bath Tuesday – Friday: 2pm – 5pm Weekends: 10.30am – 5pm Tickets £5 House by Peter Womersley, Bath The...

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WHAT WE’RE SEEING: Arup Associates 50 exhibition

Post-war house by Sir Philip Dowson Private eco-house in Hampshire The Arup Associates 50 exhibition spans the history of the practice, with archival material from the 60s and 70s that has not been on...

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WHAT WE’RE SEEING: Sensing Spaces, Architecture Reimagined

25 January – 6 April 2014 Royal Academy of Arts, Burlington House, London W1J 0BD Saturday-Thursday: 10am-6pm Friday: 10am-10pm Photography: James Harris For this exhibition, seven architectural...

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What we’re seeing: The Brits Who Built the Modern World

13 February – 27 May 2014 Architecture Gallery, RIBA, 66 Portland Place, London, W1 Free entrance House designed by Michael and Patty Hopkins, Photography: The Independent House designed by Richard...

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What we’re seeing: ‘The Brits Who Built The Modern World’ on BBC Four

BBC Four Thursday 13th/ 20th/ 27th February: 21:00 House in Cornwall, 1966, by Team 4 The first episode of the BBC Four documentary series ‘The Brits Who Built The Modern World‘ airs tonight at 9pm....

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