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London Festival of Architecture

with RIBA


The London Festival of Architecture is one of the world's the largest annual architecture festivals. With an impressive lineup of events and activities taking place right across London every June, the event welcomes everyone into the conversation around architecture and the city.

During June 2021, teams across the Royal Institute of British Architects are hosting a range of exciting events, both online and in person, that respond to the theme of this year's London Festival of Architecture: Care. The versatility of this theme has led the organisers to take a number of approaches, such as talking to practices about how they care for each other, our planet and the industry, exploring how spaces can affect us mentally and emotionally, and exploring the ability of photography to highlight the complexity of mass production and modern consumerism.

Whether you're a practicing architect, a student or just looking to find out more about architecture during this annual festival, there's something for everyone in this programme.

The Curatorial Panel
The LFA’s 2021 Curation Panel are:

David Bickle (partner, HawkinsBrown and former director of design, exhibitions and Future Plan at the V&A)
Will Hurst (managing editor, The Architects’ Journal)
Dipa Joshi (partner, Fletcher Priest and Mayor’s Design Advocate)
Suzy Klein (BBC Radio 3 presenter, writer and arts broadcaster)
Neil Pinder (design and technology teacher, winner of the Teacher of the Year award and regular LFA event organiser)
Manijeh Verghese (co-curator, British Pavilion Venice; head of public programmes, Architecture Association; and director, Unscene Architecture)


David Bickle, Will Hurst, Dipa Joshi, Suzy Klein, Neil Pinder, and Manijeh Verghese


Cheapside, Aldgate Connect Bid, Smeg, Network Rail, and Online Reprographics
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