Architecture

A retrospective of Japanese architect Kisho Kurokawa shows from tomorrow until 13 June. The exhibition fills two gallery floors of the RIBA Architecture Centre with black and white images of Kurokawa’s recent projects (such as Kuala Lumpur Airport, pictured below). A public lecture by Kurokawa, entitled From the Age of the Machine to the Age of Life will be held on 21 April at 6.30pm in Jarvis Hall.

Venue: Florence Gallery and Gallery 1, RIBA Architecture Centre, 66 Portland Place, London W1. Contact: For further information and tickets for the lectures call 0171 307 3770.

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