5 May 2011
by Ellie Smith
The exhibition 'City Visions 1910 | 2010 - Berlin, Paris, London, Chicago' is open for a final couple of weeks at Dalston Lane South. The exhibition explores urban planning and design through projects in these four cities. It aims to take a fresh look at the ideas and projects that were explored in an exhibition 100 years ago in Berlin, and set them alongside new work that is shaping these major urban centres today and that demonstrates how planners intend to cope with the challenges that are facing our cities today.
It's also a great chance to see the nearby Eastern Curve Garden and some other local public realm projects from the award-winning ‘Making Space in Dalston’ programme, which are also featured in the exhibition alongside international projects.
An event will take place on Thursday 12 May from 18:00 - 22:00 including a guided tour, film screening and closing celebration.
The exhibition runs until 14 May 2011 and is open Tuesday to Sunday 11am - 6pm at Dalston Lane South, Unit B, Labyrinth Tower, London, E8 3GP.