THE LONDON ARCHITECTURE FESTIVAL 2022 TAKES PLACE IN JUNE
1st – 30th June 2022 a month celebration of architecture and city-making, every June across London
The theme for the LFA 2022 is ‘act’.
Through the festival we’ll examine how we can act for ourselves, each other, our cities and the environment.
The Festival’s mission is to open up discussions around architecture, test new ideas and uncover and promote new talent.
What makes the LFA unique is that the LFA programme is people-led and curated by event organisers, that bring together the public and the profession in a month-long celebration of architecture and city-making.
The programme features over 400 events that explore the theme of ‘Act’ and invite the audience to reflect on how we should act in the face of the climate emergency, social injustice, and the needs of a changing society, for ourselves and our cities.
2022 Destinations include the London Borough of Camden, known for its rich cultural and architectural heritage, and history of activism; the City of London, which provides a uniquely rich mix of ancient and modern, with hidden alleyways and tucked-away green spaces.
The Royal Docks, which were once our gateway to the world, and today offer an incredible legacy of industrial architecture and enormous opportunities for architects to reflect on our past identity as they redevelop and shape new parts of the area.
South Westminster, home to the political ‘HQ’ of the capital, the buzz of the Strand and hidden oases alongside the majestic river Thames.
LFA 2022 Destinations also include Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, which this year celebrates the 10 year-anniversary since the London 2012 Olympic Games.
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