This summer the Royal Academy is holding Designing urban identities, a new debate series focusing on the evolving identities of London’s sub-regions, looking at a selection of emerging new developments. The first in this series of debates focuses on East London, exploring the degree to which the architecture designed for upcoming developments is helping to shape, or erode, the tapestry of London’s identity.
Location: The Geological Society, London
Timber City explores the many advantages offered by cutting-edge methods of timber construction.
National Building Museum, Washington, DC
Stadiums: Past and Future explores the facilities cities have built to host the Games, curated by Geraint John, senior advisor at sports architects Populous.
The Olympic Museum, Lausanne
Photography tours looking at how to photograph one of London’s fastest changing urban landscapes, Shoreditch.
Shoreditch High Street Station, London