Whatever your interest, there’s something for everyone in the LFA. Below you can find key events from the programme grouped into themed collections.
From removing barriers for Deaf people engaging with architecture to designing more inclusive public spaces, these events explore the question of what access in and to the city looks like, particularly around those who have different requirements of and experiences in the city.
From material workshops to the shifts towards a more inclusive city, these events examine the power of individuals and communities coming together around a particular area, project or topic and the potential for change, transformation and empowerment,
From youth-led co-design projects to community neighbourhood plans, these events celebrate the voices and projects that are affecting long term positive change on the local level.
From land ownership and inclusivity to public realm projects and artworks, this collection includes explorations of our green spaces, parks and squares, spaces of art and culture as well as the use of public use and civic spaces.
From infratructure and materials to crisis reponses, this collection includes explorations of alternative materials and ways of designing and making for a more sustainable and equitable future.
From architecture in the age of social media to rethinknigs of our highstreets, events in this collection include alternative 'commons' such as highstreets, urban commons, playgrounds, pubs and the digital realm.
From examining legacies of colonialism in the public realm to engaging young people in urban design, these events explore the question of what we don’t have in common, by celebrating our differences, challenging the different stories and interactions we have with the city.
From our annual competitions to inspiring new commissions across the city, these projects are led by some of the capital's best emerging architects and designers created specifically for LFA2023.
From South Asian seafarers to rethinking colonial history i, this collection of events comes from the London Unseen network – a collective of community heritage practitioners celebrating the many incredible histories of the city. Initially brought together on behalf of the Mayor of London's Commission for Diversity in the Public Realm for a season of events in 2022, the network is participating in LFA for the first time this year.
New London Architecture unless otherwise stated.