Cities At Night

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Explore how design, architecture and music play a role in defining the the identity and culture of London’s spaces after dark.

What to expect

In London, night-time employs a third of the workforce and contributes tens of billions to the economy. Night clubs boom, blue lights flash and sirens whir while sweepers work shifts under starlit skies.

Hear from significant figures in design, architecture and music whose work has played a role in defining the city after dark. ICON 200, which officially launches at this event to celebrate their 200th issue, will include a focus section about contemporary urban spaces of innovation.

The discussion will be chaired by ICON’s editor Priya Khanchandani. Speakers to be announced soon.


Priya Khanchandani

Priya Khanchandani is the Editor of Icon Magazine. She is a writer, researcher and the Curator of the India Pavilion at London Design Biennale 2018. Previously she worked as Head of Arts Programmes for India at the British Council.

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