The London Festival of Architecture moves into its first full week, with plenty to offer. The festival's theme of 'identity' is explored this week through playful discovery. Whether this is though a lively discussion about the future of London's identity at the LSA's live proposal night or finding identity through explorative play.
Six shortlisted designs for the 2019 Dulwich Pavilion will be on view for community voting from 5 June. Visit the gallery's glass walkway to see models and visualisations from young and emerging architects.
First Year students of the London School of Architecture have worked closely with architects in the school's Practice Network to tackle the UN Sustainable Development goals through bold ideas and solutions. This exhibition will be opened with a live proposals night on 6 June, where each Design Think Tank will pitch their proposal to a panel for immediate feedback and discussion - leading to an honest dialogue surrounding the reality of the students' concepts.
MERGE art festival returns this year with a theme of playfulness and 'merry-making'. This month long interactive festival includes huge installations and interventions from international artists. The vast majority of events are free, but spaces are booked up fast.
An alcohol-fuelled debate, this is the start of the 'Negroni Talks' series and will tackle key issues including Brexit, gentrification, food, and rebellion.
A highlight of the London Festival of Architecture, the 'Treehouse' will be at Nine Elms throughout the month-long festival. A space to explore, play, or reflect, this is a place for all.
A sensory and hands-on introduction for 2-5 year olds to the inspiring buildings around them, this session run by New London Architecture is free, and intends to open the world of the built environment to the next generation.
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