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The London Festival of Architecture returns this summer

The annual Architecture Festival returns, once again with live events and a theme based on how buildings can reflect the changing needs of society.

With specially commissioned new installations, talks and debates, performances and tours, workshops and family events, LFA 2022 sees the festival return to full force with the biggest program of in-person events since 2019.

Throughout June, the program offers more than 400 events that explore the theme of “Take Action” and invite the public to reflect on how we should act in the face of the climate emergency, social injustice and the needs of a changing society. how we can act for ourselves, for each other and for our cities.

There are already events listed on the LFA website, and you can search here.

As LFA takes place across London, each year they have several key destinations where a concentrated buzz of activity takes place. The 2022 destinations include Camden, the City of London, the Royal Docks, South Westminster and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, which celebrates the 10th anniversary of the London 2012 Olympic Games this year.

Rosa Rogina, Director of LFA, said: “Despite the incredibly difficult times many have faced over the past two years, we have been overwhelmed with the support for LFA as it returns to full force across London with the largest program of in-person events in June. LFA remains a citywide celebration of architecture and city-making, providing a platform for all to test new ideas and question what is, in hopes of creating a Better and more inclusive London, for everyone.

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