The London Festival of Architecture, arguably the biggest annual celebration of architecture in the world and who we were just talking about the other day, following the kick off of their hunt for a new skyline, have just released their first batch of info about the fest. Although it still seems like a work in progress as events and volunteers are still coming in, and what’s listed now are highlights, it’s already looking like it’s going to be a particularly good year, given all the new Olympic buildings (or at least the construction or plans) and it being the 10th anniversary of the Eye ferris wheel, the Millennium Bridge and even the much-maligned Millennium Dome. Here’s a grab of the nifty little, back-of-the-kids-menu-esque illustration they’ve put together showing off what’s where (click to be magically transported to the clickable version on their site):
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