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A Shed of One’s Own: An Exploration of Architectural Sheds and Writer’s Bothies

00:00 - 25 October, 2014
A Shed of One’s Own: An Exploration of Architectural Sheds and Writer’s Bothies, The Bothy Project - Pig Rock Bothy. Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, Scotland. 2014. Image Courtesy of The Building Centre
The Bothy Project - Pig Rock Bothy. Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, Scotland. 2014. Image Courtesy of The Building Centre

As part of the Dylan Thomas in Fitzrovia festivalThe Building Centre is examining the space Dylan Thomas and other writers depend on to create their work. A Shed of One's Own is a photographic exploration of unique sheds with architectural significance and literary connections. From award-winning studios in Central London to weathered bothies in Scotland, this exhibition explores the importance of space for creativity and inspiration. 

Exhibition: Agnese Sanvito - Absorb/reflect/scatter

00:00 - 25 February, 2014
Exhibition: Agnese Sanvito - Absorb/reflect/scatter, National Theatre, London. 1976 / Denys Lasdun / 6:10pm, January 4, 2014
National Theatre, London. 1976 / Denys Lasdun / 6:10pm, January 4, 2014

Architectural photographer Agnese Sanvito will be exhibiting a selection from her portfolio at The Building Centre in London. Her works, which include photographs of buildings by Renzo Piano, Jean Nouvel, Santiago Calatrava, Wilkinson Eyre, and Sou Fujimoto, focuses on the ways color shapes our sense of buildings.

London’s Growing... Up! The Rise and Rise of London’s Tall Buildings

00:00 - 30 January, 2014
London’s Growing... Up! The Rise and Rise of London’s Tall Buildings, CPAT / Hayes Davidson / Jason Hawkes
CPAT / Hayes Davidson / Jason Hawkes

London’s skyline is currently going through a massive change. Over 200 towers are planned in the capital in an attempt to meet the needs of the capital’s growing population. So how will London’s skyline change in the next 20 years?

This April, New London Architecture (NLA) – London’s Centre for the Built Environment will explore this new skyline with London’s Growing... Up! Through the use of images, video, models, CGI’s and visitor interaction, the exhibition will present a past, present and future view of London’s skyline as the capital’s developers focus on building upwards rather than outwards.

More after the break.