London Festival of Architecture returns for 2015

The London Festival of Architecture – a staple in the cultural calendar returns on 1–30 June 2015 with a new theme ‘ Work in Progress’.

Featuring a programme of exhibitions, installations, talks and debates, film screenings, family activities, architecture evenings, walking tours and cycle rides, LFA is an annual month-long, citywide celebration of architectural experimentation, thinking and practice – and a time for speculation, scintillating public debate and fresh ideas.


Taking place at venues across the capital, the LFA is home to architectural treats including unprecedented access to London architects – through the RIBA London’s programme of Open Studios, or even a sneak peak at the next generation of architectural talent as all the major London architecture schools present their student shows. There will also be an expanded international programme with the British Council’s International Architecture Showcase and the revealing of the Serpentine’s 15th annual summer pavilion designed by Spanish architects SelgasCano.

In February 2015, an open call for architects, artists, designers and curators to participate in the festival and respond to the 2015 theme will be announced, so make sure you’re ready!