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ADAPT-r Exhibition Opening and Lectures

What do architects, artists, and designers actually do? What inspires them? How do they make the leaps of imagination they need to break new ground? Where do they find their ideas? How do they develop, test and […]

Nov, 16

Douglas Spencer Book Launch, 24 October 2016

The Department of Architecture is pleased to invite you to the launch of Douglas Spencer’s The Architecture of Neoliberalism: How Architecture became an Instrument of Control and Compliance. 24th October 2016, 18.00 – 20.00 M416, […]

Sep, 26

Launch of the Studio as Book Series

The Department of Architecture will launch the Studio as Book series on Monday 10th October at 18.00 as per details below:    

Sep, 01

Studio as Book

Studio as Book No 1 Architecture Energy Matter Lindsay Bremner and Roberto Bottazzi The Department of Architecture has initiated a new series of yearly publications that tender the extraordinary creative work undertaken in the Department […]

Jun, 07

Book Launch of Deployable Structures and Air Structures, 18.00, 09 November 2015

The Department of Architecture and Marylebone Books invite you to the joint book launch of Air Structures and Deployable Structures published by Laurence King Publishing. Please join us at: Monday 9th November 18.00, Room M416 University […]

Oct, 28

Art in the Anthropocene Book Launch, 06 July 2015

The latest book in the Critical Climate Change Series by Open Humanities Press, Art in the Anthropocene: Critical Encounters Among Aesthetics, Politics, Environment and Epistemologies, edited by Heather Davis and Etienne Turpin has been released. […]

Jun, 28

Book Launch: Ro Spankie, Sigmund Freud’s Desk, 01. 04. 2015

The Freud Museum and the University of Westminster  invite you to the launch of Sigmund Freud’s Desk, An Anecdoted Guide by Ro Spankie Wednesday 1st April, 18.30 – 20.30, The Freud Museum, 20 Maresfield Gardens, […]

Mar, 16


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