SIX WORK PROGRAMMES 2022 > 2027
PROGRAMME 2: ESG – ENVIRONMENTAL, SOCIAL AND GOVERNANCE

The Fitzrovia Partnership provides a cohesive approach to help businesses achieve shared objectives and as an area we are making great strides to achieve a more economic and environmentally sustainable district.

Fiona Clark, Board Member
Practice Director and Co-owner, David Miller Architects

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SIX WORK PROGRAMMES 2022 > 2027

PROJECT: LONDON FESTIVAL OF ARCHITECTURE

LFA at 20 – Reimagine

The Fitzrovia Partnership and London Festival of Architecture have formed a four year partnership to showcase Fitzrovia, often referred to as the spiritual home of architecture. For 2024, Fitzrovia will be a hub of activity through a Destination and it will host an archictectural competition which addresses a public realm issue identified in the area. 

This month long celebration of architecture and city-making, taking place every June across London. The Festival’s mission is to open up discussions around architecture, test new ideas and uncover and promote new talent.

What makes the LFA unique is that the LFA programme is people-led and curated by event organisers; we believe in the power of collaboration with the people who live, shape, and truly know London. It’s the breadth and creativity of this community of event organisers that delivers such a varied and engaging programme of events for the festival each June.

Call for events opens January 2024!

How to get involved in the design competition

The design competition is open to to emerging architects, landscape architects, designers and artists. We welcome collaborations; however, the project team must include a qualified architect or landscape architect. Applicants need to fulfil at least two of the following criteria to be eligible for this competition: 

  • being no more than seven years post graduate, from your most recent qualification
  • being under 40
  • set up your practice / collaboration in the past three years
  • be part of a team within a larger practice that meets at least two of the above criteria
 

The theme of the competition brief over the next four years is to improve gateways to Fitzrovia. For 2024, the priority is Waren Street which will be the focus of the brief.

Key dates: 

Friday 8 December: Launch of the ‘Gateways to Fitzrovia, Warren Street’ design competition

Monday 18 December: 12.30pm-1.30pm: Online drop-in session for interested applicants
10 January 2024: Submissions Closed

 
 
 

How to get involved in the 2024 programme

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