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Thetrade show, in New York, Lisbon's and the are just some of the global events listed in this June.
In addition to the, there is an evergrowing line-up of exhibitions and screenings is taking place in venues across the UK capital ss museums and cinemas open their doors for the first time this year due to the .
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These include, the and two different exhibitions at the Design Museum. One offers a while the other charts .
For an extensive list of architecture and design events happening elsewhere in the world this month head over toor read on for a selection of our highlights.
1 to 6 June
The eighth edition of Lisbon'swill explore how the built environment can work to restrict or enable the freedom of its inhabitants under the theme of Bodies Out of Space.
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Particularly poignant given it was chosen long before the advent of the coronavirus pandemic, the theme encompasses issues from urban sprawl to environmental inequality and colonialism.
The programme also includes a special selection of films from this year's partner country Angola alongside the, which will explore how housing interventions in urban margins can create more inclusive cities.
1 to 27 June
Designers from more than 50 countries have created original installations for this year's, which is set to take over Somerset House for the duration of this month.
Under the artistic direction of– who has previously created sets for musicians from Beyoncé to Kanye West – the event will explore design's power to bridge cultures and alter behaviour.
Highlights include the 400 trees that are being planted in the Somerset House courtyard as part ofinstallation.
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3 to 6 June
3 to 6 June
China's largest contemporary design show is set to be 25 per cent bigger this year, welcoming 400 brands from 30 countries. Featured are homegrown talents such asand alongside big international names from to .
The event's extensive talks programme is centred around the theme of regenerative design and will include, co-founder Aldo Cibic and Hong Kong designer as speakers.
For those unable to attend, recordings of the talks will be available via the. But those who are able to make it should visit the fair's Talents section, which spotlights work from 20 of China's most promising, up-and-coming designers.
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10 June to 11 July
New York'smuseum is reopening its doors on 10 June with an exhibition dedicated to and the rise of the modest fashion industry.
Spanning 80 different outfits, the showcase chronicles the myriad ways that Muslim women are expressing their faith through their clothing – whether by wearing the veil or choosing not to.
Examples range from couture garments to the, with a special focus on designs created by Muslim women themselves.
11 June to 17 October
Cork and recycled bricks are among the low-carbon materials that South African architecture firmhas used to construct the .
The installation, which is finally opening its doors this June after being, is a homage to London's migrant communities and incorporates different shapes and textures found in communal meeting spaces across the city – from markets to places of worship.
In anticipation of the launch, Dezeen will be hosting aon 9 June featuring Serpentine director Hans Ulrich Obrist and Counterspace's Sumayya Vally, who was recently named one of .
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is our guide to the best architecture and design events taking place across the world each year.
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