DetailsThe London Festival of Architecture is a month long celebration of architecture and city-making, taking place every June across London. The Festival’s mission is to open up discussions around architecture, test new ideas and uncover and promote new talent.
London Festival of Architecture inviting individuals and organisations to submit event proposals that explore the theme of In Common. Open call model aims to democratise the discussion around architecture in London, meaning that anyone with a passion for the built environment can propose a project or event. Events and projects can range from workshops to panel discussions, community activities, performances, installations, and much more.
Events for LFA2023 will be taking place all over the capital, and organisers from all corners of London are encouraged to participate. There will also be particular attention to selected areas, which form the LFA Destinations.
This year, for the first time, the outer London boroughs of Barnet and Bromley will join as 2023 Destinations, as will the South London neighbourhood of Brixton in Lambeth. LFA also welcomes back the City of London, South Westminster, and Clerkenwell and Holborn as LFA Destinations in central London, and the Royal Docks in the east.
The LFA Destinations feature some of London’s most architecturally significant and diverse areas, ranging across Greater London. Each LFA Destination offers the public the opportunity to appreciate the architectural quality and culture of the area, as well as attend a wealth of events taking place on curated routes within a concentrated neighbourhood.
10 February '23: Submission deadline for early-bird event proposals
3 March '23: Final submission deadline
17 March '23: Submission deadline for LFA supporters