Between 1 and 30 June 2022, a programme of over 400 events and installations throughout London will invite attendees to reflect on how we should act in the face of the climate emergency, social injustice, and the needs of a changing society

The Mobile Arboretum in Aldgate. © Luke O’Donovan

The London Festival of Architecture (LFA) has begun its 2022 programme of public events and installations aimed at anyone with an interest in London’s architecture and spaces that surround us.

Returning to London from 1 to 30 June, LFA will bring together the public and the  built environment profession in a month-long celebration of architecture and city-making. The 400 plus-event programme explores the theme of ‘Act’ – inviting the audience to reflect on how we should act in the face of the climate emergency, social injustice, and the needs of a changing society, as well as how we can act for ourselves, each other, and our cities.

Highlights from the programme include:

View the full programme here.

Each year, the Festival concentrates on several key destinations. 2022 destinations include the London Borough of Camden, known for its cultural and architectural heritage and history of activism; the City of London, with its mix of ancient and modern and myriad hidden green spaces; the Royal Docks, which today offer a legacy of industrial architecture; South Westminster, home to the Strand and the political headquarters of the capital; and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, which this year celebrates the tenth anniversary of the London 2012 Olympic Games.

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