The London Festival of Architecture 2021 programme is revealed today, featuring a diverse, challenging and engaging series of hundreds of public events and activities aimed at anyone with an interest in the buildings and spaces around us.
Featuring new specially-commissioned installations and art works, talks and debates, performances and tours, family events and workshops, the London Festival of Architecture’s 2021 edition has been conceived as a lively hybrid programme of events running both online and at venues across London from 1-30 June. This year sees EY joining the LFA as Headline Partner.
The London Festival of Architecture (LFA) is the world’s largest annual architecture festival, with a mission to support London’s architectural and design talent, enthuse and engage with the public, and find new ways to look at familiar places. Last years’ LFA Digital was an exciting new venture for the London Festival of Architecture, conceived in response to the Covid-19 lockdown. For 2021, as London gradually re-opens to residents, workers and visitors, this year’s programme features a range of diverse installations both physical and digital in a brand new hybrid format.
Over the last few months a community of hundreds of independent event organisers have worked tirelessly to conceive and develop their events for this year’s festival. We’re expecting more events to join the programme over the coming weeks, so do check back regularly.