The Architecture Diary is the go-to place to find out what’s going on in the city in architecture and design.
The Architecture Diary is run by an amazing community of event organisers ranging from curators at world-renowned museums to individual tour organisers. Anyone running architecture or design related events in London is encouraged to upload their event for listing to the Architecture Diary.
These can be online or physical events where COVID rules allow. Our Community Manager then approves events.
Our Community Manger tries to ensure as many events as possible are listed – but the Architecture Diary works best when event organisers upload and manage their own event listings.
To submit an event listing to the London Architecture Diary you’ll first need an Organiser Account on the website. If someone from your organisation already has an account, then you’ll need to submit your event using that account (as we can only have one account per organisation).
Once you’ve registered for an account, you’ll need to wait for the Community Manager to approve your account. We normally do this within 24 hours but if you’re in a rush you can call us on 0207 299 1280. You’ll receive an email once your account has been approved.
You can then login to your account section using the login or account button in the top right of the screen.
If you are running a physical event, you should add your venue first. If you regularly use the same venue you’ll then be easily able to associate this venue with events in future. You don’t need to create a venue for purely digital events.
Once your event has been approved, you’ll be able to edit and update any information using the manage my event button. From here you can also update the header image and main image independently.
You can also find our FAQs here.