The world’s biggest annual architecture festival
in the world’s capital city for architecture.
1st - 30th June 2021
The London Festival of Architecture is the world’s largest annual architecture festival. With an amazing programme of events and activities taking place right across London every June, we welcome everyone into the conversation around architecture and our city.
Sun 20 Jun : 11:34
Hundreds of independent event organisers from a range of backgrounds have contributed to this year’s LFA programme. You can explore our collection of international events here.
Sun 20 Jun : 10:06
The spaces between buildings, the gaps in society, the sui-generis, the out of hours – who cares about the space in between? Join Threefold Architects on Wednesday to find out more. Physical tickets are sold out, but digital tickets available here.
Sun 20 Jun : 9:58
#20 JON WRIGHT
For Day 20 of our 30 Objects in 30 Days series, Jon selects the Architects Co-Partnership Cathedral School. Watch his video here.
Sat 19 Jun : 9:57
#19 VICTORIA EVANS
For Day 19 of our 30 Objects in 30 Days series, Victoria selects the humble trainer. Watch her video here.
Fri 18 Jun : 11:19
BAKE OFF SHORTLIST
We’re delighted to announce the shortlisted bakes of this year’s Architecture Bake Off!
See the bakes and vote for your favourite here.
Fri 18 Jun : 11:05
For Day 18 of our 30 Objects in 30 Days series, Delve selects the cup of tea. Watch their video here.
Fri 18 Jun : 9:55
BBC Radio 3
Tune in to BBC Radio 3 from Sunday for the first in a series of programmes on architecture as part of this year’s LFA. Full details here.
Thu 17 Jun : 11:07
#17 MARIE BAK MORTENSE
For Day 17 of our 30 Objects in 30 Days series, Marie selects Seaweed roofs on the isle of Læsø. Watch her video here.
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How has it taken a global pandemic to help us take stock of what we care most about? At a time when technology is both connecting us and dividing us, perhaps the pandemic is showing us that we need to find ways to reconnect with each other, to build care and empathy. Find out more about our theme and how you can get involved.