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The London Festival of Architecture 2019 will take place from 1–30 June, featuring exhibitions and installations, talks and debates, open studios, tours, family activities, film screenings, student shows and architecture evenings which focus on the importance of architecture and design in London today. The London Festival of Architecture (LFA) is Europe’s biggest annual architecture festival. It was founded by former director Peter Murray in 2004.Up until 2006 the festival was only held once every two years and was previously known as the London Architecture Biennale. From 2008 onwards, the festival took place on an annual basis.
The theme for 2019 is ‘boundary’: of people, buildings, places and experiences. The metaphorical, physical and literal connotations of ‘boundary’ will be explored through architecture and its multitude of forms across the capital. From exhibitions, installations, open studios, talks and debates, to cycle rides and guided walking tours across renovated London estates, London Festival of Architecture celebrates the many meanings of boundary. Each year there are more than 400 events to choose from across the capital, so plan ahead.
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