As part of the London Festival of Architecture 2017, we are opening the doors to our studio in Lambeth for an exhibition looking back at the built heritage of the area, which you can contribute to. Join us in ‘Doing the Lambeth Stride’!
London’s character is defined by over two thousand years of history and ever changing renewal. Its evolving skyline is a key indicator of this, and every place tells a story which defines our memory of the built environment and offers a moment of reflection of times gone by.
Do the Lambeth ‘Stride’ with us through the historic borough and discover the stories behind the architecture and the people that made the area, including some of our own.
Where did Charlie Chaplin live? How did ‘causing bedlam’ come about? Why ‘Doing the Lambeth Walk’ exists… And many more.
We will be using the power of social media to unearth memories. Take away a map and contribute to the stories by adding to our exhibition through Instagram, using #LambethStride, with all images showing on our dedicated website, www.doingthelambethstride.com.
We will be opening the studio from 4pm – 7pm on Thursday 1st and Friday 2nd June, so please join us for some networking and netwalking.