Living with Buildings

Audio-described tour

Live audio-described tour of the exhibition Living with Buildings, a major exhibition about health and architecture that examines the positive and negative influence buildings have on our physical and mental health.

Architects, planners and designers can have a powerful influence on our health and self-esteem, as well as ideas around community and society.

In this exhibition, examine some of the ways in which architecture and the built environment interact with concerns of health and wellbeing. From the slums of 19th-century London to the bold experiments of postwar urban planners to therapeutic spaces for people affected by cancer.

The exhibition includes works by Andreas Gursky, Rachel Whiteread and Martha Rosler, buildings designed by Lubetkin, Goldfinger and Aalto, and a new commission by artist Giles Round exploring the role colour can play in making us feel better.

About your guide

Rob Bidder is an artist based in south-east London and a Visitor Experience Assistant at Wellcome Collection. He also plays music in a ramshackle manner. He is a Gemini with a Libra ascendant.

How to book

To book your place or for any other assistance, please email or call the Wellcome collection.

More information about the exhibition

Box Office 020 7611 2222 Box Office access@wellcomecollection.org 

Venue

Wellcome Collection

183 Euston RoadLondonNW1 2BE
020 7611 2222 Visit venue website