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Love Architecture launch event

LCB Depot and online

The Love Architecture festival 2021 launch event with evening lecture by Simon Alford. LRSA celebrates the opening of LOVE ARCHITECTURE Festival 2021 with a special guest. Two types of tickets are available for this event:
• Attendance at LCB Depot
• Online
Audience participation will be actively encouraged to direct the conversation. Your questions and thoughts throughout the evening will be welcomed.

Love Architecture Cultural Quarter Earlies family event : paper modelling

LCB Depot, 2 Queens, Phoenix, Leicester Print Workshop

Free activities for families and children at venues in the Cultural Quarter on Saturday 9th October. Come and join our team to build your very own paper model to place on our city map. Our team of professionals will be on hand with help and advice. Drop in to LCB Depot for 5 minutes, or stay for the whole session, it’s completely up to you – and how intricate your design is! There’s no need to book your tickets if you just fancy popping along on the day between 2pm and 6pm, but we’d love to know in advance if you’re thinking of joining us. There’s no age limit on playing and exploring so all are welcome to come along and get creative. Teams are also welcome, but remember to bring your own adult – no unaccompanied children, please.
Other Cultural Quarter Earlies family activities are happening round the corner at 2 Queens, Phoenix and Leicester Print Workshop - see

Love Architecture evening lecture with Sarah Featherstone

LCB Depot and online

An evening lecture by Sarah Featherstone, Director of London-based architects Featherstone Young

Love Architecture Planning Series : the renewal of Oxford city centre

LCB Depot and online

The Renewal of Oxford City Centre – the redevelopment of a shopping centre to create Clarendon Square.

Love Architecture Awards Night

LCB Depot

Winners of the LOVE ARCHITECTURE photography competition and the President's Prize (students 1-day design competition) will be announced. Join the architects and celebrate with the award winners.
Book your free ticket at Eventbrite - see link

Love Architecture Guided Walk along New Walk

Justin Webber, Leicester City Council Senior Building Conservation Officer, takes you on a tour around the pictureque pedestrian promenade of New Walk in Leicester.

Designing a UK esports + games festival

LCB Depot

Leicester-based events production company Holland Alexander produced STACK FEST, the brand new 3-day esports + games festival in East London this September, Holland Alexander's first live event post-pandemic. In this talk they will discuss how they designed the brand, showcase their set designs, and the festival site map. Key esports + gaming brands such as Ukie and Monster Energy UK were among the collaborators of the event.

Love Architecture Planning Series : City Centres - ideas on the way forward

LCB Depot and online

A look at how 'city centres’ should respond to the new world. The intention is that firstly there will be a review of the threats to bricks and mortar operations within city centres. This will to be followed by the business experiences of successful entrepreneurs who have successfully combined growing city centre physically based businesses with varied business models that have utilised the strengths of different formats. Cities are ultimately about people and the urban experience, so can the right people with the right support ensure City centres remain vital in the twenty first century?

Reinvention, re-use, reduce, recycle

LCB Depot

CPD Pecha Kucha, sponsored by Tobermore. A fast-paced TED-type talk.

Guided Walk : Leicester's Cathedral quarter

Leicester's Cathedral quarter

"Having retraced a series of plaques in the city centre, marked for the 1984 LRSA Trail, which had until that point been a complete mystery to us! Some serious investigation later and we have uncovered a map of the 1984 trail highlighting the most important public spaces and vistas in the city."
Local architects David Hickman and Adam Smith will take the lead of this tour, focusing on areas, buildings and views at the established LRSA Trail stations around the Cathedral Quarter.
Join our architects and see this part of the city in a whole new light!