Pick of the events coming up over the next few months.

Words By Emily Martin

1 - Stories from the Building
V&A Dundee

The story of the architecture and construction of V&A Dundee is now told in a new, free display. It explores Kengo Kuma’s design from the photograph of the Scottish cliffs which inspired his first sketch, the models created for the international architectural competition in 2010, the beginning of construction from 2015, and to the completion in 2018 of Scotland’s design museum. www.vam.ac.uk

2 - January Furniture Show
21 – 24 January
NEC Birmingham

The Furniture Show - Women In Furniture Network

Returning in full force across four halls at the NEC Birmingham, the January Furniture Show will welcome over 400 exhibitors along with some 20,000 of the UK’s most important buyers, including senior decision makers from key retailers. Plus, and now for the second year running, the Home Interiors Show will be taking over Hall 2 with the best interior accessories and lighting options. www.thefurnitureshow.com

3 - Workspace Design Show
27 – 28 February
Business design Centre, London

Corporate creative

The third UK edition of the Workspace Design Show returns with this year’s theme revolving around ‘Bloom: Exploring the thriving ecosystem of work life’. Set to display the work of hundreds of exhibitors, design highlights will include Gensler’s design for the Design Talks Lounge, BDP curating the Insights Lounge, and TP Bennett’s creation for an experiential entrance design. www.workspacedesignshow.co.uk

4 - Iwan Baan Moments in Architecture
Until 3 March
Vitra Design Museum, Basel

Iwan Baan is one of today’s leading photographers of architecture and the built environment. The Vitra Design Museum presents the first major retrospective of Baan’s oeuvre; the exhibition reflects the photographer’s wide scope by drawing up a panorama of global architecture in the early 21st century, of its urban and social contexts and of the people who use it. www.design-museum.de

5 - Turner Prize 2023
Until 14 April
Towner Eastbourne, East Sussex

Rachel Ferriman Photography

With Tate Britain having crowned the winner of the 2023 Turner Prize in December, be sure to check out the four artists who were shortlisted for the prestigious accolade: Jesse Darling, Ghislaine Leung, Rory Pilgrim and Barbara Walker. An exhibition of their work is being held in East Sussex as a major moment in the gallery’s centenary celebrations. www.tate.org.uk

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