This year, the London Festival of Architecture (LFA) will be running for the entire month of June in celebration of the festival’s tenth anniversary. The city-wide celebration will be held under the theme ‘Capital’, exploring various elements of London architecture.
This may include London's place as the UK's seat of government and finance, its flows of social and intellectual capital, the politics of regeneration and its impact on the city and its position as a world capital of architecture.
The LFA is inviting proposals for individually-funded and delivered projects that respond to the theme ‘Capital’, including events, debates, films, tours, open studios and exhibitions. All projects must be submitted for consideration by 1 April 2014 and more information on how to get involved can be found on the official LFA website.