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“THE FESTIVAL IS A MONTH-LONG, CITY-WIDE CELEBRATION OF ARCHITECTURAL EXPERIMENTATION, THINKING, LEARNING AND PRACTICE.”
First set up in 2004 the London Festival of Architecture (1 until 30 June) celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2014 with an exciting month of events taking place across the city. This year the Museum of London has commissioned House of Muses, a temporary structure to go outside its main entrance which will launch at the London Festival of Architecture and remain in place from June until the end of The London Design Festival in September 2014.
The London Festival of Architecture consists of a programme delivered by partner organisations – leading cultural and academic institutions – alongside associated projects and open studios by architects, engineers, designers, artists, and curators.
In this year, the Festival will have wealth of activities debates, exhibitions, film screenings, walks, cycle rides, open studios and family events which focus on the importance of architecture and design in London today.
The festival also has a global focus with the International Architectural Showcase, organised by the British Council, highlighting innovative work from architecture practices around the world.