Manifestos: Architecture for a New Generation – Migrant’s Bureau

13 June - 30 June

The next generation is multifaceted.
The next generation is cross-collaborative.
The next generation is caring.
The next generation is more collaborative than ever.
The next generation is political.
The next generation is inclusive.
The next generation is here.


‘Manifestos: Architecture for a New Generation’ is an annual collaboration between London Festival of Architecture and the Design Museum, highlighting work by an emerging generation of voices in architecture who are expanding the parameters of what architecture can be, who London is for and what its future holds.

Hani Salih is the Co-founder and Director of Migrant's Bureau, an interdisciplinary social design & urbanism practice facilitating design interventions, research, podcasts and community workshops for both trans-local and global disenfranchised & migrant communities


Migrant's Bureau was nominated by Yẹmí Aládérun, architect, project manager and quality assurance champion currently working in the housing sector.

"Migrant's Bureau research, curate and design urban interventions within cities, communities & trans-local environments. They seek to interpret the migratory experiences of everyday life, recognising the influence that culture, geography & social circumstances have on lived experiences of the city and its architecture."

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