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Living with Buildings

Wellcome Collection
183 Euston Rd
London NW1 2BE


This exhibition at the Wellcome Collection examines the positive and negative influence buildings have on our physical and mental health.

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Home Futures

Design Museum
224-238 Kensington High Street
W8 6AG

Free to members

Exhibition of more than 200 objects and experiences tracing the key social and technological aspirations that have driven change in the home. Historical notions of the mechanised home and the compact home are displayed alongside contemporary phenomena such as connected devices and the sharing economy.

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A Home for All: Six Experiments in Social Housing

Victoria and Albert Museum
Cromwell Road
London SW7 2RL

Architecture, Room 128a

This display presents six innovative projects from the collections of the RIBA and the V&A, each demonstrating a unique experiment in social housing design, providing lessons for today.

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London 2026: Recipes for Building a Food Capital

Roca London Gallery
Sation Court
Townmead Road


Roca’s spring exhibition is set in London in 2026, when the capital’s population will have passed the 10 million mark. The show imagines how ‘agritecture’ – buildings that can grow food – will have impacted our cityscape.

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Is This Tomorrow?

Whitechapel Gallery
77-82 Whitechapel High St
E1 7QX


Whitechapel Gallery has invited ten groups of artists and architects to explore the potential of collaboration and offer their visions of the future. This exhibition features experimental propositions from some of today’s leading architects and artists responding to issues we face in the 21st century from natural resources and migration to technology and spirituality.

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Alternative Histories

6 Cork Street, Mayfair
Open Saturdays and Sundays only 11am–6pm


Exhibition Curated by Jantje Engels and Marius Grootveld, in collaboration with Drawing Matter and the Architecture Foundation. Alternative Histories invited more than 80 contemporary practices in the UK and Europe to imagine an exchange with architects from the past.

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