As part of the London Festival of Architecture, AVR London and Anise Gallery present ‘Post-War Craft: How London City Council architects redefined high-rise living.’
Through an exhibition of photography, drawings and plans, we aim to vividly illustrate an iconic era in London architecture – cataloguing the high-rise social housing development of South London in the two decades following the Second World War.
This three-day exhibition coincides with the LFA launch with a late night opening on June 1st from 6 to 8pm. For further information click here.
AVR are also once more partnering with RIBA J for their annual architectural drawing competition, Eye Line. Find out more here.