The Gingerbread City is an annual exhibition where architects, designers and engineers create an entire city made of gingerbread. Created by the Museum of Architecture, the aim of the exhibition is to connect the public with architecture through an innovative display designed for the holiday season.
Now in its third year, this edition of the Gingerbread City is hosted by the V&A museum in the Creative Studio space and will focus on the theme 'Imagining the Future City'.
This time around participants have been invited to imagine a sustainable and inclusive city by responding to the theme ‘Imagining the Future City’.
Opening dates: 8 December 2018 - 6 January 2019 at the V&A South Kensington
About Museum of Architecture
The Museum of Architecture (MoA) is a charity and pop-up platform that creates exhibitions and programming to help the public better engage with architecture and supports architects to be more entrepreneurial. MoA provides opportunities for architects to engage with other industries and communities to be better informed about the places and people for which they are designing.
We have been a pop-up museum for ten years and use the name Museum of Architecture as we are a place where people come to learn about what is happening in architecture now and we also support and advocate for architects like other museums do for their professions.
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