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Join the Roca London Gallery on 20th September for a panel discussion featuring William Bracewell, Principal Dancer of the Royal Ballet, whose new film explores movement and wellbeing in small spaces; Tokyo architect Toshiki Hirano and his Rika-chan doll’s house; Proctor & Shaw; and Richard Beckett from the Bartlett who is doing a live probiotic workspace experiment.

This first interdisciplinary talk event for the exhibition Small Spaces in the City: Rethinking inside the Box, curated by Clare Farrow Studio, will focus on the vitally important theme of health and wellbeing in small urban living-work spaces, from a designer and user point of view.

Exhibition Event | From Doll’s House to My House: Exploring Health and Wellbeing in Small Spaces
Image: Richard Beckett (UCL), Living in a probiotic microbial space, Live experiment in the exhibition

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Event Type(s) Talks and Debates
Admission / Cost FREE
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About The multi-award-winning Roca London Gallery by Zaha Hadid Architects hosts a rolling programme of cultural exhibitions and events on a variety of themes within the fields of architecture, design and sustainability. Influential figures from the worlds of architecture and design have spoken at the gallery and presented their work, including Kengo Kuma, Lord Foster and Daniel Libeskind.
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