London Festival of Architecture 2017

UCL Architecture Summer Show
14 June – 25 July

Summer in Fitzrovia is host to the Festival of Architecture, including this amazing collection from The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL. This collection from over 650 UCL students, will exhibit an exciting range of creative and visual work, including models, drawings, films and digital fabrications.

22 Gordon Street, WC1H OQB

Find out more here >>


Making more of modernism
14 June – 28 July

This thought-provoking exhibition by Feildan Clegg Bradley Studios takes a look at modernism’s influence on the world today, and what steps are currently being taken when renewing and refurbishing modernist buildings.

Explore a different perspective on London’s Southbank Centre, University of Bristol’s Richmond Building and University of Edinburgh’s purpose-built 10 storey Modernist laboratory tower, as the projects face environmental, technical and philosophical challenges in the 21st century.

20 Tottenham Street, W1T 4RG

Learn more >>


Depicting Excellent Black Architects

05 June – 26 June

This exhibition by Simone de Gale Architecture celebrates excellent Black Architects who have made significant contributions to architecture, with help from some in-depth interviews with David Adjaye and Kunlé Adeyemi.

Launching this event with New London Architecture, this exhibition focuses on Black Architects from London, or who practice in London and aims to highlight the importance contributions of architecture that benefit young, aspiring architects, including these from ethnic minority backgrounds.

The Building Centre, 26 Store Street, WC1E 7BT

Find out more information >>