LFA Pavilion by Hall McKnight architects, Lewis Cubitt Square. Photography: Ed Reeve
The annual London Festival of Architecture has begun: a celebration of architectural experimentation, thinking and practice, with lectures, exhibitions, student shows and tours. This year’s theme is Work in Progress, and for the first time, a new initiative is launched, a Focus Country. Ireland is the focus, with two pavilions – including this beautiful yellow one – in Kings Cross’ new public space, the Lewis Cubitt Square.
London Festival of Architecture, June 1- 30 2015, various venues around London. More, here, and a useful round up, architecturaldigest.com.
Have you a wish list of events J I wonder … so much going on ! A quick look and I thought I ‘d like to see the Giant Dolls House Project for Shelter .
Happy weekend too !
Yes, the Giant Dolls House project for sure, pt! also lectures associated with this year’s serpentine pavilion (always something i look forward to); most of all it’s the nice feeling of solidarity and sharing of information that comes with the festival that makes it worthwhile… hope you had a lovely weekend 🙂