Learn from expert designers as they talk about their practice and new developments in design.

Breaking the Cycle: A Slow Journalism Night

The editors of slow journalism magazine Delayed Gratification, host an evening which delves into some of the disruptive technologies and innovative designs that are challenging the status quo.

What Design Can Do: Humanitarian Crises

How can the design industry respond to a humanitarian crisis? Richard van der Laken, founder of What Design Can Do discusses rapid responses, and the social impact of design in conversation with former Design Council CEO, David Kester.

London School of Architecture Show and Tell: The Poetry of Structure

Albert Williamson-Taylor of AKT-II and Roddy Langmuir of Cullinan Studio discuss all things engineering with Peter Buchanan and Will Hunter, at the London School of Architecture’s monthly Show and Tell.

Home is Elsewhere: 50 years around the world by bike

Long-distance cyclist and touring legend Heinz Stücke reflects on fifty years on the road to celebrate the launch of his book.

Stories from the Saddle: The Bamboo Bicycle Club

The Stories from the Saddle series invites cyclists of all stripes to the museum to share their story of life on two wheels. These monthly talks are part of the Cycle Revolution programme.

Meet the Resident: Chris Green

Meet the Residents is an opportunity to receive a free tour and talk from one of the residents on the theme of their work for their residency. For this tour, Chris Green gives an overview of his project – Aerial Futures. Following the talk, Chris will be joined by invited guests to discuss the future of drone technology.

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One-off events exploring design in a variety of formats — from architecture walks to studio tours.