LONDON ARCHITECTURE BIENNALE
Following the extraordinary success of the first London Biennale in 2004, this year's event promises to be even bigger, better and more colourful. The show, which kicks off tomorrow (16 June), will boast the longest architecture exhibition in the world - a 5km route from King's Cross to Borough Market - and is likely to pull in more than 100,000 visitors. An already sold-out 'sermon' by Renzo Piano at Southwark Cathedral is just one of the highlights of the nine day festival (visit ...
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