18 - 27 June

Robert Elms became a Patron of Architecture Week and said at the launch on-site at the Unicorn Theatre for Children. "People have learnt to care and talk and think about architecture, and architects have learnt to care and talk about people, and the interaction of those two elements has been the biggest reason for the change in the way that we perceive our built environment."

Regional Partnerships developed stronger region-led programmes for local audiences around region-specific issues.

The growth and regeneration of Leicester's Cultural Quarter in the East Midlands was celebrated during a week of presentations, walking tours and debates.

London Architecture Biennale joined the programme with events all over Clerkenwell. BBC London became formal media partners. Sense and the City III featured Lucy Orta's Nexus Architecture and Lone Twin reading the entire London A-Z.

RSA/inIVA Globalisation and Diversity debate included Architect David Adjaye and artist Faisal Abdu'Allah; Chaired by Alice Rawsthorn.

Home from Home exhibition included paintings around feelings of home by artists aged between 60 and 93 at the ImiTate Gallery.

Rebecca Reid: Before Jason's House at Corinth, L5: A live art performance that draws parallels between local town planning and classical mythology.

A Great Night Out! Theatreland Walk with the director of the Theatre Museum. National Theatre, British Museum Architours