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The Architecture Studio, The Dorfman Senate Rooms, Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts
Is Alexa redefining gender politics in the home? How is Airbnb transforming the domestic space? What is the meaning of privacy in the Instagram age?
Free, no booking required.
The Benjamin West Lecture Theatre, Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts
Japanese architect and Pritzker Prize winner Fumihiko Maki takes a closer look at the work of his early mentors, Josep Lluís Sert and Kenzo Tange.
£20, £12 concessions
The Benjamin West Lecture Theatre, Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts, Piccadilly
A conversation on the effect of today’s technological revolution, on what it means to be human and how we can reshape London in response.
£15, £9 concessions
Philosopher Jacques Rancière and architect Farshid Moussavi RA discuss aesthetics, politics and architecture.
An evening with Renzo Piano Hon RA, reflecting on his extraordinary contribution to architecture over the past 50 years.
In collaboration with Clod Ensemble this performative event will explore how our physical relationship to the spaces we inhabit affects our health and experiences of care.
The Benjamin West Lecture Theatre, Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts.
A screening of Joanna Hogg’s film ‘Exhibition’ (2013) alongside a talk with the director examining the role domestic architecture plays in shaping the lives of its occupants.
Our panel of architects and researchers will examine how colonialism has shaped contemporary domestic space from Iran to Puerto Rico.
Wolfson British Academy Room, Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Art
What would you do if you ruled the world? Join us for this workshop inspired by Buckminster Fuller’s World Game and create a strategy to redistribute the world’s resources.
£20, £12 concessions.
A debate exploring the creation and later transformations of one of the twentieth century’s most significant buildings – the Pompidou Centre in Paris.
With Cornelia Parker’s PsychoBarn in our courtyard, watch a special screening of the film that inspired it – followed by a talk with the Metropolitan Museum of Art curator who originally commissioned the work, examining the psychological associations of the architecture in the film.
How have the urban spaces of Lisbon, Cairo and Jerusalem been shaped by colonialism? Join our panel as we discuss the impact of colonialism on contemporary urban landscapes.
A debate exploring how technological developments have transformed architecture and the ways in which practice can foster its relationship with technology today.