“It’s about helping people to read their environment so that they can enjoy it more and, in this era of consultation and debate about environmental issues, be better informed,” Festival chairman Peter Murray said. “A city is an ongoing holistic design problem.”
Previous festivals have drawn as many as 15,000 people, according to Murray. Herds of cows and sheep have also made appearances.
The full blog post, on London’s Festival of Architecture, is at the NEW YORK TIMES.