LFA Folly Design
We are proud to be participating in the London Festival of Architecture Folly design challenge which celebrates the extraordinary women of Bankside. Our design aims to embody “darkness, rhythm, growth and protest”, inspired by SE1 figure: singer-songwriter PJ Harvey.
In celebration of the centenary year of women's suffrage and the London Festival of Architecture's theme of 'Identity', Bankside Open Spaces Trust presents 'Interpreted Identities' - a series of dedicated installations or ‘follies’ created by a selection of London’s leading architecture and design practices which have each taken inspiration from an extraordinary female figure - past or present - who has made a major impact to their local community or environment, and whose work continues to inspire future generations.
As well as forming part of LFA's 2018 trail, the installation is an extension of a pop-up exhibition showcasing many of the 'Extraordinary Women of Bankside' for 'The Great Get Together Bankside' street party festival taking place on June 24th.