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The Chicago Architecture Biennial runs from 19 September until January 2020

September

London Design Festival


Various locations, London (14-22 September)

Inaugurated in 2003, the London Design Festival, including exhibitions, talks and gallery openings, has become known for its large, temporary installations, with four planned across the city this year. These include site-specific works by Kengo Kuma at the Victoria and Albert Museum, the design firm Patternity at Westminster Cathedral, Liz West at Fortnum and Masons Piccadilly flagship store and Martino Gamper at Kings Cross. Indeed, Kings Cross, along with Chelsea, are two new additions to the festivals “Design Districts”, making a total of 11 neighbourhoods that are clustered a walkable distance from one another so that visitors can explore the urban design of the city.

Bauhaus week Berlin


Various locations, Berlin (until 8 September)

Vienna Biennale for Change—Brave New Virtues: Shaping Our Digital World


Various locations, Vienna (until 6 October)

Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial—Nature


Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, New York (until 20 January 2020)

Maison & Objet/Paris Design Week


Parc des Expositions de Villepinte, Paris (5-14 September)

Beijing Design Week


Various locations, Beijing (5 September–7 October)

Original Bauhaus: The Centenary Exhibition


Berlinische Galerie, Berlin (6 September-27 January 2020)

Design in the Third Reich


Design Museum, Den Bosch, Netherlands (until-20 January 2020)

Beazley Designs of the Year


Design Museum, London (opens 11 September)

Chicago Architecture Biennial: And Other Such Stories


Various locations, Chicago (19 September-5 January 2020)

More than 80 architects, artists and researchers from four continents are included in the third edition of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, which has quickly become one of the foremost architectural design events in the Americas. Under the artistic directorship of Yesomi Umolu and the curatorial vision of Sepake Angiama and the architect Paulo Tavares, this years iteration presents projects that address land, cultural memory, civil rights and civic participation. Artists such as Theaster Gates, Tania Bruguera and Do Ho Suh join international design firms like Forensic Architecture and organisations including the American Indian Center and the Settler Colonial City Project to explore the social and environmental issues facing architecture and design today. Located in the historic Chicago Cultural Center in the heart of the citys downtown area, the biennial hosts programmes, installations and events at numerous sites across the city, all of which are free and open to the public.

XII Bienal Internacional de Arquitetura de São Paulo


Various locations, Sao Paulo (19 September-19 December)

The Los Angeles Schools


A+D Museum, Los Angeles (21 September-24 November)

Oslo Architecture Triennale—Enough: The Architecture of Degrowth


Oslo School of Architecture and Design (26 September-24 November)

Vienna Design Week


Various locations, Vienna (27 September-6 October)

Objects of Desire: Surrealism and Design 1924-Today


Vitra Design Museum, Weil am Rhein, Germany (28 September-19 January 2020)

The London Design Biennial opens on 14 September 2020

October

Design Week Mexico


Various locations, Mexico City (3-27 October)

Feria Libre de Arquitectura


Various locations, Santiago, La Serena, Puerto Montt and Iquique, Chile (3-27 October)

Trienal de Arquitectura de Lisboa


Various locations, Lisbon (3 October-2 December)

National Design Week


Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, New York, (12-19 October)

XVII Bienal Internacional de Arquitectura de Buenos Aires


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Various locations, Buenos Aires (15-26 October)

Modernism Week


Various locations, Palm Springs, California (17-20 October)

Designart Tokyo


Various locations, Tokyo (18-27 October)

Moving to Mars


Design Museum, London (18 October-23 February 2020)

The Shape of the Future


MCA Chicago, Chicago (19 October-5 April 2020)

Dutch Design Week


Various locations, Eindhoven (19-27 October)

Victor Papanek: The Politics of Design


Museu del Disseny de Barcelona, Barcelona (31 October-2 February 2020)

Fundación Desierto de Atacama, which explores conservation issues affecting Indigenous communities in Chile, features in the inaugural edition of the Sharjah Architecture Triennial, running from November to February 2020

November

Hello, Robot: Design between Human and Machine


Victoria and Albert Museum Dundee, Dundee (2 November-23 February 2020)

Dubai Design Week


Various locations,Dubai (11-16 November)

Cars: Accelerating The Modern World


Victoria and Albert Museum,London (23 November-19 April 2020)

Sharjah Architecture Triennial


Al-Qasimyah School and the Al Jubail Vegetable Market, Sharjah (9 November-8 February 2020)

Curated by Adrian Lahoud, the inaugural edition of the triennial is the first event of its kind in the region and draws on the city's distinctive 1970s and 80s architecture.

December

World Architecture Festival


Various locations, Amsterdam (4-6 December)

State of Extremes


Design Museum Holon, Holon, Israel (11 December-30 April 2020)

Survival Architecture


Museum of Craft and Design, San Francisco (19 December-3 May 2020)

Design Miami


Miami Beach Convention Centre, Miami (4-8 December)

One of the leading commercial design fairs in the world, Design Miami brings together some of the most influential dealers, designers and collectors, and coincides with Art Basel in Miami Beach.

January

IMM Cologne Furniture and Interiors Fair


Koelnmesse, Cologne (13-19 January)

Maison & Objet/Paris Design Week


Parc des Expositions de Villepinte, Paris (17-21 January)

DesignTO


Various Locations, Toronto (17-27 January)

Dutch Design Week takes place at various locations across Eindhoven

February

Stockholm Design Week


Various locations, Stockholm (3-9 February)

Modernism Week Palm Springs


Various locations,PalRead More – Source