The annual London Festival of Architecture (LFA) - a month-long, citywide celebration of architectural experimentation, thinking and practice - will take place at venues across the capital throughout June 2015.
LFA will address the theme 'Work in Progress' and feature a programme of events organised by London's leading cultural and academic institutions including the Design Museum, Royal Academy of Arts, Royal Institute of British Architects, Serpentine Galleries and Victoria & Albert Museum.
Alongside a programme of exhibitions, installations, talks and debates, film screenings, family activities, architecture evenings, walking tours and cycle rides, LFA provides unprecedented access to architects across London - through the RIBA London's programme of Open Studios - and the next generation of architectural talent as all the major London architecture schools present their student shows.
"I'm hugely enthusiastic about good design and year on year the London Festival of Architecture continues to surpass its previous successes," commented Boris Johnson, Mayor of London.
"The festival makes an enormous contribution to London's profile by promoting the talent, output and success of our architectural sector; and showcasing the innovation of London's cultural sector through an outstanding partner programme that includes many of our leading institutions. The debate and engagement the festival creates helps shape this great city."
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