The city of London was taken over by the Lumiere London Festival last weekend. The festival was developed by creative producers Artichoke and supported by the Mayor of London.
Free to attend, the festival re-imagined London's urban landscape and architecture in 30 artworks across four main areas: King's Cross; Mayfair and Grosvenor Square; Piccadilly, Regent Street, Leicester Square and St James's; and Trafalgar Square and Westminster.
Lumiere London's aim was to attract Londoners and tourists alike into the heart of the capital during what is traditionally one of the quieter months of the year. Festival visitors were encouraged to explore the dazzling night-time gallery on foot, following a map and discovering parts of the capital for the first time and seeing familiar sights in a new light.
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