London Festival of Architecture builds on success in London Bridge
This June London Bridge became a London Festival of Architecture (LFA) hub for the second year running, continuing the success of 2018 with over 2,500 people attending 70 events throughout the month.
It’s not just those who know their Bauhaus from their Baroque who attended the 400+ events across the capital, the LFA has wide appeal. Team London Bridge helped curate a programme that included walks, tours, exhibitions, new arts commissions, and much more to bring the theme of ‘boundaries’ to life, give it local context and attract a broad audience to the Festival.
Particular highlights this year included the themed Museum of Walking tours, Boats, Bridges and Boundaries with Thames Clippers, Musicity X Low Line, Andrew Logan’s Sunshine!, tours of the Low Line, and a talk with artist Mark Titchner. And with Tower Bridge’s 125th Anniversary celebration events still to take place this coming weekend it’s far from over yet!
With a global audience of over 120 million, the LFA has provided a tried and trusted platform for people to find out about the London Bridge area and its dynamic community, helping us raise its profile as a pioneering local centre for enterprise, culture and entertainment.
Thank you to all of our friends and members who took part this year and to those who attended events. We hope to see the LFA back in London Bridge again in 2020.