LATE event: 'Sensing Spaces: Architecture Reimagined' at the Royal Academy of Arts

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    Installation view of 'Blue Pavilion' by Pezo von Ellrichshausen.

    Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London, 2014. Photography: James Harris.

    Sensing Spaces at the RA
  • Sensing Spaces at the RA

    Installation by Kengo Kuma

    Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London, 2014. Photography: James Harris.

    Sensing Spaces at the RA
  • Sensing Spaces at the RA

    Installation by Diébédo Francis Kéré

    Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London, 2014. Photography: James Harris.

    Sensing Spaces at the RA
  • Sensing Spaces at the RA

    Installation by Grafton Architects

    Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London, 2014. Photography: James Harris.

    Sensing Spaces at the RA
  • Sensing Spaces at the RA

    Installation by Grafton Architects.

    Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London, 2014. Photo: James Harris.

    Sensing Spaces at the RA

Sensing Spaces at the RA

Installation view of 'Blue Pavilion' by Pezo von Ellrichshausen.

Photo © Royal Academy of Arts, London, 2014. Photography: James Harris.


'Sensing Spaces: Architecture Reimagined' at the Royal Academy has been creating quite a stir with its unique multi-sensory experience created by seven architects in the hope of changing the way the city thinks about and engages with architecture. If you've not experienced it yet, you're missing out but lucky for you, the Royal Academy is putting on an exclusive LATE in association with Time Out on Friday February 21 for just £14.

We’ve invited Mercury Music prize nominees, Portico, to perform a live set inspired by the exhibition, fusing electronic and instrumental soundscapes in their trademark style for what promises to be a gig like no other.

Throughout the galleries, alongside all the installations, you can expect everything from edible sandcastles and rocks to clay face-mask meditation, crowd-sourced poetry, a roaming violinist and tubist, walks that quite literally ask you to follow your nose, a breath-taking suspended ceiling of white tulips and live performance art.

Premium drinks specialist Fever Tree will be on hand to provide their signature concoctions all night and your ticket entitles you to one complimentary beverage to enjoy while your wander and wonder at the exhibition.

Keep up to date with activities with Twitter on the night using #SensingSpaces.

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Sensing Spaces: Architecture Reimagined at the Royal Academy - entry at 6.30pm

Architecture shows, with all their blueprints and models, are rarely the most exciting of prospects. But this show promises something different, inviting major contemporary architectural firms from across the globe to create installations to showcase their work.

Sensing Spaces: Architecture Reimagined at the Royal Academy - entry at 8pm

Architecture shows, with all their blueprints and models, are rarely the most exciting of prospects. But this show promises something different, inviting major contemporary architectural firms from across the globe to create installations to showcase their work.


Terms and conditions


  • Valid for one ticket to 'Sensing Spaces: Architecture Reimagined' on Friday February 21 including one drink from Fever Tree.

  • Two entry times are available and tickets will only be valid for your purchased time slot.

  • Please print your voucher and present it on arrival.

  • The exhibition closes at 10pm and the RA’s latest food and drink venue, Keeper's House, closes at midnight.

  • Drinks and bar snacks are available for purchase from Keeper's House.

  • You must be over 18 years of age to receive your free cocktail.

  • Tickets cannot be cancelled, exchanged or refunded, or used in conjunction with any other offer.

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