Many of London’s most interesting architecture and landscape design practices will be welcoming members of the public to their studios during the London Festival of Architecture 2016, which runs from 1 – 30 June.
The London Festival of Architecture Open Studios programme is a fantastic opportunity for people to meet architects in their own practices, to discuss possible projects, and to learn more about their work. Practices will also be hosting exhibitions, talks, discussions, workshops, installations and demonstrations.
The London Festival of Architecture is an annual public celebration of architecture, and this year is exploring the theme “community”.
The Festival aims to connect with as many people as possible, in ways that demonstrate architecture’s relevance to London’s diverse communities.
As well as Open Studios, the 2016 Festival will feature exhibitions and events organised by London’s leading architectural, cultural and academic institutions including the Design Museum, the V&A, Serpentine Galleries, the RIBA and London Transport Museum.
London Festival of Architecture director Tamsie Thomson said:
“The London Architecture Festival 2016 will see architecture practices welcoming the public through their doors across the capital. Whether you are interested in meeting local architects to discuss a possible project, or curious to see what life is like in a major architecture practice, Open Studios is a great opportunity to meet architects and learn more about their work.”