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Architecture on Stage

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A series of talks given by the most exciting architectural practices working across the world, as well as debates around ideas and issues that impact architecture and urbanism today.

Established in 2016 by The Architecture Foundation in partnership with the Barbican, this exciting programme hosts young, emerging practices as well as globally renowned architects across a variety of Barbican venues.

See and hear about the latest architectural thinking in one of London’s most important architectural landmarks.

 

Presented by The Architecture Foundation in partnership with the Barbican.

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Members
£12

Members Plus
£12

Corporate Members
£11.25

Subject to availability

Become a member for £54

£5

Subject to availability

14-25? Become a Young Barbican member for free.

Unwaged
£12

Students
£12

Over 60s
£12

Young Person 14–17
£12

Architecture Foundation Members
£12*

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Discounts are subject to availability. They cannot be combined to make greater savings.

*Excludes 60p booking fee

Past events

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Watch: Architecture on Stage - Kazuyo Sejima

Renowned architect Kazuyo Sejima explores the relationship between the individual and Japan's advanced information society as she revisits domestic projects, looking at the principles behind key houses such as House in Plum Grove (2003).

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