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London Festival of Architecture 2010

June 6, 2010

Three weekends, 16 days, over 300 events, 250,000 visitors, star names and an unrivalled variety and vibrancy of installations, exhibitions, debates and dialogue, the biennial London Festival of Architecture (LFA) returns to the capital with a bang.

Established in 2004, LFA is a celebration and exploration of buildings, streets, spaces and places in the capital and highlights London’s reputation as an international creative hub. Since its inception, LFA has engaged and excited a new audience helping to place architecture firmly at the forefront of the cultural agenda and shift its status from a specialist interest for the few, to an essential consideration for the many. A varied and colourful programme of events including exhibitions, debates, dance, breakfast picnics, street markets, workshops, talks, parties, guided walks, bicycle and boat tours will see London, a heavy place of bricks, steel and concrete, invaded by a lighter city of canvas, tents, towers and pavilions.

Source: notcot, Text: Abitare, More Information: LFA

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