The London Festival of Architecture prides itself on being a truly city-wide celebration of the architecture and architects of our great city. Our programme takes place right across the city, but we also work with some of London’s most architecturally significant areas which are Festival Hubs – London Bridge, Royal Docks, City of London and Heart of London. These four parts of London are as architecturally diverse as the city itself. Each Festival Hub offers you the opportunity to appreciate the stunning architectural quality of the area and attend a wealth of events all within a concentrated neighbourhood.
From the inns and yards of historic London Bridge to the Europe’s largest vertical city, London Bridge is transforming into London’s newest cultural destination. At the heart of the area, London Bridge station has been lovingly transformed into a transport […]
It’s not all about the sky scrapers…. The West End is jam-packed with historic and story-filled treasures waiting to be rediscovered. From the grandeur of Piccadilly, St James’s with the best of British art, food and culture all on one […]
London’s Docklands were once our gateway to the world. Built between the 1850s and 1920s the Royal Docks fuelled our international trade and brought wealth to the country. As ships grew, much of this ocean-going trade moved to docks further […]
From the Gherkin to the Lloyds Building – the Square Mile has perhaps the most iconic and identifiable buildings found anywhere in the world. The City of London is one of London’s most historic areas. Iconic modern architecture sits alongside […]