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From its foundation in 1768 the Royal Academy of Arts has provided a voice for art and artists. We are an independent charity led by eminent artists and architects—the Royal Academicians—and we pursue our mission through exhibitions, education and debate.
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Geological Society, Piccadilly, W1
When housing works well and we create places where people enjoy living, what are the positives for them and for society? Our panel explores.
£12. Concessions £6.
Where to build new homes is perhaps the most hotly contested issue of the whole housing debate. Our panel offer some fresh perspectives on this perennial question.
Keeper's House, Burlington House
Contributors to the exhibition ‘Four Visions for the Future of Housing’ put forward their ideas and answer questions from the audience.
Free, no booking required.
Practitioners from different disciplines come together in lively and creative dialogues.
Join us for immersive and experimental performances encompassing space, light and sound.
£15. Concessions £7.
The first event in a new series reconsidering forgotten or overlooked figures in the history of architecture.
Prior to the lecture by Tatiana Bilbao, join us at an informal roundtable discussion about housing in Mexico.
Free. Registration required.
Discover the stunning concrete compositions of Mexican architect, Tatiana Bilbao.
A lecture by the founder of MVRDV, one of world’s most innovative architectural practices.
The housing crisis has fundamentally challenged the idea that we should all aspire to own where we live. Our panel discusses these new realities.
How can we design homes that are great places to live? Our panel explore a variety of ideas and propositions.
Reynolds Room, Burlington House.
Explore four centuries of landmark English houses through which architects have expressed their particular values and sensibilities and changed the direction of architectural history, with Dr Alan Powers.
A symposium in association with the Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain marking 300 years since the publication of ‘Vitruvius Britannicus’.
For more information and to book tickets, please visit www.sahgb.org.uk