Design Events in the United Kingdom
RIBA's latest exhibition offers visitors an experiential opportunity to find out more about some of the UK's new and inspiring community architecture projects.
Visitors to Unclaimed find themselves in a 'surreal lost property office' filled with everyday objects that tell the story of ageing today, from talking shoes and books that read to you to binoculars that allow you to see through someone else's eyes.
Making Memory explores the role of monuments and memorials in the 21st century, through seven projects by celebrated British-Ghanaian architect, Sir David Adjaye OBE.
An exhibition of works celebrating DANAD's 60th Anniversary by Peter Blake, Bernard Cohen, Tom Adams, Barry Daniels, Robyn Denny & Edward Wright tells the untold story of the DANAD Design collective (1958-62).
A Home for All exhibition at the RIBA Gallery will presents six pioneering projects from the collections of the RIBA and the V&A.
The theme for this year's Festival is 'Shaping the Future,' echoing D&AD's position as an organization on a mission to drive the creative industries forward.
UX London, now in its eleventh year, brings together the world's leading design experts and practitioners for three days of inspirational talks and hands-on workshops.
Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition celebrates the work of one of the greatest filmmakers of the 20th century.