New this term!
Drop-in sessions for all Design students
Starting on October 11th from 1100-1300 at the Park Campus Library there will be a librarian available to assist you with:
Find us on the first floor of the library.
Last chance to see:
V&A until Sunday 12th November
Ice skating shelters, Patkau Architects, 2012, Winnipeg. © Patkau Architects
From cars to aeroplanes, furniture to architecture and hand-making to digital manufacture, this exhibition explores a frequently overlooked material that has helped shape the modern world, revealing how plywood has revolutionised design over the past 150 years. Featuring groundbreaking pieces by Alvar Aalto, Marcel Breuer and Charles and Ray Eames, alongside an incredible range of objects from planes to skateboards, this exhibition tells the story of this often-overlooked material.
14 July 2017—2 January 2018
Museum of London
How and why are our cities transforming?
What are urban communities around the world doing to improve city life?
How can you participate in shaping your cities today and in the future?
The City is Ours invites visitors to explore the pleasures and challenges of urban living through a range of digital and physical interactives and films. The exhibition highlights ways in which individuals, communities and governments are working to improve city life, from reducing food waste, to creating cleaner air and better transport systems.
Originally created by the Cité des sciences et de l’industrie in Paris, this is the first exhibition at the Museum of London to be presented in both English and French. The exhibition is split into three sections – Urban Earth, Cities Under Pressure and Urban Futures – and will be spread across three gallery spaces.
Interior Design and Architecture journals are now located at Park Campus Library!
In response to your feedback we have moved all the current and back issues from Marylebone to Park Campus. You can find back issues from 2012 to the present on the 1st floor of the library. Current issues are on the display rack at the entrance to the library.