Next month marks the 15th annual London Festival of Architecture (LFA). This year’s theme is “boundaries”.
The festival will take place between 1st-30th June 2019. It aims to support London’s architectural and design talent at four dedicated areas; London Bridge, St James’, Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square. However, events can also be witnessed throughout the city.
What’s on at The London Festival of Architecture 2019?
Organisers are claiming this is going to be “one of the richest programmes yet”, with a line-up of over 400 events. LFA Director Tamsie Thomson claims “there’s something for everyone in this year’s programme”.
Last year’s event welcomed a record 600k visitors and this year promises not to disappoint. According to its website, the LFA will “open the doors to iconic tours, architectural installations and stunning brick creations; energetic debates to Studio Lates; workshops in extraordinary spaces and tours of new places; exhibitions and bespoke artistic commissions; political discussions and lots of new construction – the London Festival of Architecture has something for everyone.”.
Search events taking place at the London Festival of Architecture 2019 here. Highlights include:
- Beyond the Map – this app shows LFA visitors London’s intangible boundaries and allows you to discover the data behind these invisible elements through augmented reality
- Cardboard Cities – free drop in sessions to design and build an ever-changing cardboard cityscape on the museum’s central hall with artist Rosemary Cronin
- City Parklets – the LFA and the City of London Corporation have collaborated again this year in a call for designers to create miniature landscaped spaces dubbed ‘parklets’
- London architecture and architecture firms educational tour – designed to provide young architects, interior designers, architects and students of architecture an opportunity to experience and learn about the new boundaries of architecture
- Brunch and Boundaries – join Poggenpohl and guests in Chelsea for an informal brunch to discuss the changing nature of boundaries in the home.
Find out more about The London Festival of Architecture 2019 here
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