Snapshots: Emerging Trends in Contemporary Architecture
The RA has teamed up with Building Design magazine and the ‘Architect of the Year Awards’ to invite some of the winners to discuss emerging trends in contemporary architecture.
We explore the challenges faced in creating public buildings and their sometimes complex relationships to the institutions they house and represent. Read more and book
We consider the increasingly innovative approaches being developed to overcome the complex challenges of designing educational buildings that will stand the test of time. Read more and book
A multidisciplinary symposium held in conjunction with the exhibition Sensing Spaces: Architecture Reimagined
CALL FOR PAPERS
Deadline 16 December 2013
A varied events programme provides a forum for debate and reflection on the vital issues affecting architecture and cities today. Highlights includes events on 'Architecture and Politics', 'Designing Cities' and a debate on 'What Next For Architecture?'. Find out more
Join us on Open House weekend as the RA opens the doors of its home, Burlington House. Explore a number of the building’s hidden spaces and learn about its four centuries of history in our programme of talks, tours and other activities. Find out more
In conjunction with the exhibition Australia, the first major survey of Australian art in the UK for 50 years, the RA welcomes two of the country’s leading architects to talk about recent and on-going projects while also reflecting on Australia’s vibrant architectural culture. Find out more
This season sees a lecture by newly elected Royal Academician, Ron Arad, and an event with Paul Koralek RA and fellow ABK partners, Peter Ahrends and Richard Burton, reflecting on the practice’s work and the underlying ‘purpose of architecture’. Find out more
Architecture Programme Events Podcasts
Listen to recent highlights from the Royal Academy's Architecture Programme.
Click here for the list of recorded events
The Architecture Programme at the Royal Academy of Arts is made possible through the Drue Heinz Endowment for Architecture.