The London Festival of Architecture kicks off with the unveiling of two pavilions in Lewis Cubitt Square, King’s Cross
The 11th edition of the London Festival of Architecture kicked off this week with the unveiling of two pavilions in Lewis Cubitt Square, King’s Cross. The pavilions have been designed by emerging Irish architecture practices:
the Red Pavilion by TAKA, Clancy Moore and Steve Larkin, and the Yellow Pavilion by Hall McKnight Architects. The pavilions will play host to talks and workshops throughout the festival, which continues until the end of June.