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RA Lego architecture challenge


Sunday 10 June 2018
2 — 4pm

Open to Families
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RA Lego architecture challenge, 2017.

Photo by Agnese Sanvito.

The RA invites leading architecture practices to create innovative “identity” projects.

Watch three of the UK’s leading architectural practices battle it out to create the most innovative and imaginative “identity” project. We invite the practices to consider London’s identity and come up with proposals that are typical of the capital, exploring and expanding on its multifaceted nature.

Join us and see how architects consider their surrounding built environment and forge a project’s own distinct personality, all in Lego form.

The three practices taking on the challenge are:
The Manser Practice

Their work will be judged by an esteemed panel, including:
Laura Mark, Architecture Projects Manager, Royal Academy of Arts
Rory Olcayto, Director of Open-City
Tom Ravenscroft, Deputy Editor at Dezeen
Tamsie Thomson, Director of the London Festival of Architecture

Supported by LEGO

● Fully booked

● Cancelled

Sunday 10 June 2018

2 — 4pm

Burlington Gardens, Royal Academy of Arts, Piccadilly

Free, no booking required.

For Families