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Foster + Partners open studio for Open House London

Foster + Partners open studio for Open House London

Foster + Partners at its Battersea studio location will open their doors to the public tomorrow, Saturday the 17th of September as part of the annual Open House London celebration of the capital’s architecture. Taking place over the weekend (both Saturday and Sunday) Open House London is a special opportunity to celebrate the richness of London’s architectural heritage, where more than 700 buildings (many of which are normally closed) are opened to the public. Some of the buildings by Foster + Partners that will be accessible during Open House London include, Capital City Academy (Brent), City Hall (Southwark), One Bishops Square (Tower Hamlets), and the Sackler Galleries at the Royal Academy of Arts (Westminster).

For further information please see the Open House website.

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Cite: Kelly Minner. "Foster + Partners open studio for Open House London" 17 Sep 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/170108/foster-partners-open-studio-for-open-house-london/> ISSN 0719-8884
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