We have teamed up with New London Architecture to host the Store Street Sports Day on 28 June. The project, in association with Ramboll and RIBA London's Great Titchfield Street Festival Committee, celebrates the opening of the exhibition Fit London at Store Street South Crescent as part of London Festival of Architecture.
We will be activating The Crescent with installations and fun activities for all of the family. Come play architectural croquet with Fletcher Priest or compete with your favourite tall building over a game of table tennis courtesy of Ryder Architecture. Join in the games and celebrate active design and a healthy lifestyle!
Saturday 28 June will also mark the opening of FITzrovia and Bloomsbury, a mini programme for The Crescent with events celebrating health and wellbeing in the city.
A few important timings for the day:
10:45 Blue Badge Guide Walking Tours meet at The Building Centre, departs 11:00 - click here to book
12:00 Fit London opens!
12:30 Battle of the Buildings Ping Pong tournament commences
13:00 Bop and Boogie dance class begins
13:30 tokyobike tour with Peter Murray departs
13:45 Blue Badge Guide walking tours meet at The Building Centre, departs 14:00 - click here to book
14:00 Bop and Boogie dance class begins
15:00 tokyobike tour with Peter Murray departs
… and lots more! We look forward to welcoming you!
The installation has been made possible by: Arup Associates; Corbett & Tasker Structural Engineering; Construction Products Association; David Miller Architects; Fletcher Priest; KLH UK; London Borough of Camden; Ramboll; Remmers; Ryder Architecture; and the students of University of East London with Alex Scott-Whitby. Also, special thanks to our curatorial panel: Peter Murray, chairman, NLA; Malcolm Smith, Global Masterplanning and Urban Design Leader, Arup; Lewis Blackwell, Executive Director, The Building Centre; and J-J Lorraine, Director, Morrow+Lorraine.