Google's office of the future, the National Trust's Mobile Museum, and SelgasCano's Serpentine's Pavilion
are amongst 220 events making up the London Festival of Architecture
2015. First set up in 2004 the month-long festival is back for its eleventh year with an exciting mix of events, tours, talks and exhibitions taking place across the city. Addressing the theme 'Work in Progress', other programme highlights include Here East, the new creative and digital cluster being developed on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, one of the case studies explored in a talk on 'The Working City: Eindhoven, New York and London'. New London Architecture presents 'Public London: Ten Years of Transforming Spaces
', tracing the past decade of public space, and Artescape is behind the 'Giant Dolls House Project', an evolving installation made out of shoe boxes at Old Street's Shelter Cafe. Two temporary pavilions will be built in King's Cross and there will be an immersive installation at the Design Museum
as part of the 2015 festival.