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A London Festival Offers a Peek Inside Architect's Offices

A photo of Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, decorated for last year's London Festival of Architecture.
A photo of Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, decorated for last year's London Festival of Architecture.

With London itself experiencing a building boom of epic proportions—263 buildings over 20 stories are in the development pipeline—and local practices, from Thomas Heatherwick to Norman Foster—working on game-changing infrastructural projects and office buildings, it's safe to say the capital's architects are busier than ever. But that hasn't stopped them from opening their doors to the public this month as part of the London Architecture Festival's Open Studio program. More than 50 studios will let visitors tour their workspaces through the month. We've gathered photos from some of the participants to catch a glance at how those who spend their whole day thinking about the built environment prefer to organize their offices.


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