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Pugin bicentenary celebrations
1 Mar 12 - 1 Dec 12
Exhibition to celebrate Pugin Bicentenary
British Design 1948 - 2012: Innovation in a Modern Age
31 Mar 12 - 12 Aug 12
To coincide with the 2012 Olympics, this exhibition will showcase 60 years of British creative talent. It will document the transformation of design in Britain since the post-war 'Austerity Games' of 1948. Drawing on the V&A's unrivalled collections, the exhibition will include product design, fashion and textiles, furniture, ceramics and glass, theatre design, graphics, photography, architecture, fine art and sculpture, and will examine concepts of tradition and modernity, subversion and innovation.
Architect in the House 2012
16 Apr 12 - 11 Jul 12
Take part in Architect in the House 2012
Liverpool City Tours
5 May 12 - 31 Oct 12
Liverpool City Tours will tell the story of Liverpool's past, present and future. LCT are walks run by the Royal Institute of British Architects
Love Architecture Festival 2012
15 Jun 12 - 24 Jun 12
Celebrate the Love Architecture 2012 festival from 15 - 24 June.
A Place to Call Home: Where We Live and Why
15 Jun 12 - 9 Sep 12
This RIBA exhibition, guest curated by Sarah Beeny, charts the story of the design and appeal of everyday homes in the UK. It explores the advent of mass building from the late 18th century, through to the present day via suburban expansion and post-war experiment
16 Jun 12 - 24 Jun 12
We Love LEGO
22 Jun 12 - 22 Jun 12
Senior Design Manager at LEGO Simon Kent offers a unique insight to the world of LEGO and how his own training as a product designer led to having one of the best jobs in the world on the LEGO Creator design team. Simon takes you through the design processes at LEGO and uses case studies including the LEGO Creator house design, direct modular building, and world building design models. Simon will talk about how design details are added to houses and introduce the growing LEGO Architecture series.
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