“Identity” at the center of London Festival of Architecture
This year’s London Festival of Architecture (LFA) kicked off on June 1st with a focus on the theme of “identity”. On the eve of Brexit, it’s without a doubt one of the hottest topics of the moment. Considered Europe’s biggest architectural event, the LFA has opted for London to be it’s center of both experimentation and debate in the urbanism and architecture fields for 14 years.
Get ready for 30 days and over 400 events and activities throughout the city. Well-known designers and new talent alike will introduce projects that capture their vision of present and future times.
Check out all of the events on the LFA website.
Open to to the public and free entry for most.
Also don’t miss out on Befurk’s interview with famous designer Roger Zogolovitch, who shares the low-down on British architecture, its influences and emerging trends: Read now here.