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LFA Digital Festival: Falling Away – a prelude, 01 June – 30 June 2020

This event is organised by Dr Davide Deriu (School of Architecture + Cities) and Dr Michael Mazière (CREAM), under Ambika P3 as a London Festival of Architecture partner institution. This online event is the prelude […]

Jun, 09

Monsoon [+ other] Airs

The Monsoon Assemblages project is pleased to announce the first of three symposia that will be convened at University of Westminster in London over the next three years. This year’s symposium, Monsoon [+ other] Airs  will interrogate questions of monsoon […]

Mar, 07

Architecture Research Forum 2016_6

Architecture Research Forum 6 Kate Heron: The Adapt-r Exhibition 15 December, 13.00 – 14.00 Ambika P3, 35 Marylebone Road, NW1 5LS

Dec, 05

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

Alien Sex Club

Alien Sex Club 24 July – 14 August 2015-07-13 Ambika P3, London You are invited to the opening of Alien Sex Club, a new art installation by British artist, John Walter, which will explore the […]

Jul, 13

Victoria Watson’s ‘Three Towers’ selected for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition

Victoria Watson, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Architecture has work on show in the RA summer exhibition (8 June – 16 August 2015). The title of the piece is ‘Three Towers.’ Three Towers belongs […]

Jun, 21

Re-Imagining Rurality Conference, 27-28 Feb 2015

Re-Imagining Rurality Conference and Exhibition, University of Westminster, 35 Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LS, 27-28 February 2015. The conference programme is to be found here. This programme and the information therein is provisional and as such […]

Feb, 19


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