London Festival of Architecture 2010

19 June - 4 July 2010

The Architecture Foundation was proud to deliver the London Festival of Architecture 2010 (LFA) in partnership with RIBA London and New London Architecture.  The Festival, running from 19 June to 4 July, was a city-wide celebration of architecture in the capital. As London gears up for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games the Festival looked at ways that planners, architects, clients and local communities play their part in the development of 'The Welcoming City'. 

LFA2010 had three weekends over which visitors will be encouraged to explore three key areas of London namely, the Nash Ramblas, Bankside Urban Forest and High Street 2012.

The Architecture Foundation curated the Bankside Urban Forest and High Street 2012 hubs in 2010. We were also responsible for delivering the International Architecture Showcase, in collaboration with the British Council, and the International Architecture Student Festival, in collaboration with London Metropolitan University.

Further information on the can be found below, alongside full details of the city-wide Festival at

The LFA will next take place from 23 June to 8 July 2012. Please subscribe to the AF mailing list to be kept informed of future Festival-related announcements.

Sponsored by

Arts Council England

Land Securities

London Development Agency

Organised in partnership with


RIBA London