In celebration of the centenary year of women's suffrage and the London Festival of Architecture's theme of 'Identity', Bankside Open Spaces Trust presents 'Interpreted Identities' - a series of dedicated installations or ‘follies’ created by a selection of London’s architecture design practices & artists which have each taken inspiration from an extraordinary female figure - past or present.
See extraordinary women: Consuelo - former Duchess of Malborough, Octavia Hill, P.J Harvey, James Barry, Bella Burge, #womenlikealice, Mary Wollstonecraft, Fanny Wilkinson, Annie Besant and Mary Shelley all in one place from June 04 - June 30th.
Practices taking part:
Stephen Kavanagh Architects
Foundry & Bottle