Clerkenwell and Holborn




Supported by Central District Alliance & Hatton Garden.

   

Clerkenwell, the once monastic outpost is now one of the capital’s most well-known creative districts with the highest concentration of architecture practices.Sitting right outside the London City walls the creative neighbourhood is home to some of the biggest names in design and innovation.It is also where the very first London Festival of Architecture took place in 2004.

During LFA2023 ,audiences are invited to discover the rich history including sites such as The Charterhouse, the Museum of the Order of St John and Clerkenwell Green, while exploring the network of greens paces and common spaces throughout the area.Moving further south to Holborn, historically known as the law district, festival goers can take in the vibrant mix of legal buildings and offices, such as the imposing Royal Courts of Justice and nearby Inns of Court.From Hatton Gardens–London’s most famous jewellery quarter–to Lincoln Fields, which is home the Sir John Soane Museum, the trail during the Festival will celebrate the neighbourhood identity and invite audiences to engage with the cultural activity on offer.


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