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London Festival of Architecture 2019 - Entries now open!

London Festival of Architecture

The London Festival of Architecture has now opened up its call for the most inventive concepts for its 2019 events programme.

The city-wide programme is accepting propositions from architects, artists, designers, developers and members of the public who are interested in the built environment. The  theme will be centred around ‘boundaries’.

2019

Next year’s festival will run from 1st to 30th June 2019 in the capital. It will be judged by a panel of six who will select the proposals that form the core festival programm

The panel includes Robert Bevan, architecture critic at the Evening Standard; Sarah Castle, founding director of IF_DO; Tom Guy, partner at Guy Piper Architects; Meneesha Kellay, public programmes curator at the RIBA; Sumitra Upham, curator at the Design Museum; and David Ogunmuyiwa, founder of ArchitectureDoingPlace.

Get your entries in before 11th January 2019 to be considered by the first curation panel.

2018

This year’s event was around “identity”. It inspired over 500 events across the capital, attracting 600,000 visitors. Overall it reached a global audience of 122 million.

Festival director Tamsie Thomson said: “We’ve now fired the start gun for the London Festival of Architecture 2019. What makes the LFA unique is our open call – that means anyone with a great idea can put on an event. It’s this unique range of event organisers that adds real vibrancy and diversity to our annual programme.

“With our fascinating “boundaries” theme for 2019, and with the support of our talented and insightful curation panel, I’m looking forward to an exceptional public programme for LFA2019.”

More information about the London Festival of Architecture here

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