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Walkable London: Upgrading the urban prosperity engine

Tuesday 5 December 2017 – Monday 26 February 2018

All over the world, trends are being observed towards pedestrianising whole districts rather than individual streets. In this exhibition, Zaha Hadid Architects proposes “Walkable London”, a full-scale network of pedestrian routes which will create corridors of activation across the capital.

Don't Move, Improve! 2018 exhibition

Friday 26 January 2018 – Saturday 28 April 2018

Free exhibition

Celebrating London’s best-designed and most innovative home extensions completed in the last two years across the capital, this free exhibition displays a wealth of inspiration for those looking to embark on their own home improvements.

Women’s Literacy and Healthcare Centre in Bangladesh

Saturday 3 March 2018 – Saturday 28 April 2018

Celebrating a community led project in a remote village in Bangladesh, the Rajapur Women’s Literacy and Healthcare Centre, this exhibition illustrates the collective effort of the professionals living and working in London, who kindly volunteered for this charity project.

21 Years of Evolution in Architectural Visualisation

Thursday 3 May 2018 – Wednesday 30 May 2018

Showcasing how the architectural visualisation industry has evolved over the last two decades, this exhibition takes visitors on a journey with retro, quirky and nostalgic elements, specially chosen to encourage interaction, education and fun. The evolution of visualisation is explored through a range of techniques, from view-masters, time-lapse, AVR to Oculus Rift.

Knowledge Capital: making places for education, innovation and health

Friday 4 May 2018 – Saturday 7 July 2018

Free exhibition

An exploration of projects, initiatives and ideas supporting the transformation of London’s education and health sector.

Clean Air for London

Wednesday 6 June 2018 – Monday 30 July 2018

Air quality is one of the capital’s most pressing challenges, with current pollution levels contributing to over 9,000 early deaths each year. The Mayor, boroughs, business improvement districts, individual businesses and communities are all taking action to improve the air we breathe. But there is still much more to be done.