Works by some of the county's best architects is to be showcased in Preston City Centre.
The exhibition, which has been organised by the Lancashire Architects group, will be held in Miller Arcade on 22 – 24 November.
It will feature work from 17 architecture practices currently based in Lancashire and their best projects located within the county and beyond.
Featured projects include the conversion of an art and pottery studio in the Lake District into a house, a temporary festival pavilion in Preston, a university research facility in Dalton and a private dwelling on the shores of Lake Windermere.
Lancashire Architects is a local branch of The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and consists of a team of volunteers working to bring together architects and champion better buildings, communities, and environments through architecture.
John Bridge, president of Lancashire Architects, said: “It’s fantastic to be able to showcase the length and breadth of talent and experience we have in our red rose northern county!
"It’s going to be a great chance for the public to learn about the role architects play in designing fantastic buildings and see some of the exciting projects coming out of Lancashire. We hope people will pop down to look at the exhibition and take the chance to speak to our local architects."
The 17 exhibiting architecture practices are Baxendale, BCAE Architects, Cassidy + Ashton, Creative SPARC Architects, David Cox Architects, Estudio ESSE, Firth Associates, FWP, Gilling Dodd, HPA Architects, Mason Gillibrand Architects, Mellor Architects, North West Design Collective, Roberts & Stone, Stanton Andrews Architects, Studio John Bridge and Wilson Mason.
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