The 2016 London Festival of Architecture will run between the 1- 30 June, and is a global hub of architectural experimentation, debate & practice and has been a summer fixture of the city since 2004. With 69 partner events, 82 associated projects and 62 open studios spread across London, the festival programme puts the city on the map throughout June, provoking questions about the contemporary and future life of the city whilst promoting positive change to its public realm.
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The London Festival of Architecture launched its 2016 program today, unveiling plans for hundreds of events all over London. Pictured here, the exhibition ‘Blueprint for Living’, to be held at the Fitzhugh Estate in Wandsworth, explores the concepts of home, space, community, architecture, social housing and post-war British modernism.
With London in the midst of an unprecedented period of change, the city faces an ongoing dialogue concerning its urban future and how it will continue to evolve, regenerate and accommodate its expanding population.
2016 London Festival of Architecture promises to be an event full of surprises and new trends in the world of architecture!
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