London Festival of Architecture

By | July 3rd, 2018|

It’s a wrap! What a fantastic month it’s been in June. Proud to be Benefactors of this year’s festival, Adrem have had the opportunity to work with some amazing organisations for the London Festival of Architecture including the Architecture for Humanity, Greenwich Landscape and Architecture Society as well as the Embassy of  Republic of Iraq in London to bring you a variety of installations in the Dreamspace Gallery throughout the month of June.

In case you missed it, here’s what went down…

 

 

Adrem - LFA - Architecture for Humanity

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In collaboration with Focus E15, a campaign initiated by a group of young mothers from Newham fighting the impending eviction from their homes, and using their movement as a starting point, Architecture for Humanity London’s exhibition explores the history of displacement within London and its recurring root cause.  [Read More…]

Opening Dates

Monday 10th –  Friday 15th June 9:00am – 5:00pm

 

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Micro Manifestos – Identity Through Design

The Micro Manifestos Exhibition, sponsored by Medite Smartply, is an exhibition profiling student designed and crafted pavilion fragments and engaging furniture, each piece a micro manifesto for a grander architectural ambition. Although stand-alone pieces, each piece will aspire to define a larger spatial environment that each piece of furniture could inhabit, both through visual design language and occupation. [Read More…]

Opening Dates

Friday 22nd June – 9:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday 23rd June – 10:00am – 4:00pm

Dreamspace - LFA Round City Baghdad

Baghdadi Visions

The Embassy of the Republic of Iraq in London is organising a public exhibition titled Baghdadi Visions. The exhibition is being held in cooperation with Turath Baghdad and the Al-Kindi Society of Iraqi Engineers in UK.

The Exhibition presents the “ihea’a” initiative, which is aimed at reviving the historic city centre of Baghdad. The exhibits will take you on a historic journey of the city of Baghdad since its inception in 762AD, outlining the original design of the round city and surrounding sites of historic and architectural significance; this is then contrasted with the city’s present-day situation, where it is suffering from deterioration after decades of conflict.  [Read More…]

 

Opening Times

Monday 25th – Friday 29th June – 9:00am – 5:00pm

By | July 3rd, 2018|