The Architecture Foundation
Before moving to its previous Carmody Groarke-designed headquarters in Southwark, the organisation ran the Yard Gallery in Clerkenwell as a temporary space experimenting in different ways of exhibiting and communicating architecture. The Southwark headquarters also operated a project space under the same auspices, again hosting a variety of exhibitions, installations and talks. It left the Southwark space in 2014 due to financial problems. 
- Tom Dyckhoff. Noisy, messy, polluted... and we love it. 19 June 2007. timesonline.co.uk
- Neutral at Architecture Foundation Gallery. 27 August 2007. dezeen.com
- Masterplan architects shortlist selected. 21 April 2008. lords.org
- Great debate on the future of London. Debate London 22-25 June 2007 The Architecture Foundation at Tate Modern. Archived 12 May 2010 at the Wayback Machine standard.co.uk
- Richard Waite. Architecture Foundation set for new humble home. 12 May 2009. architectsjournal.co.uk
- "Architecture Foundation set for relaunch with new HQ and director". Architects Journal. Retrieved 2018-05-18.
- Richard Vaughan. Sarah Ichioka is new director of the Architecture Foundation. 19 August 2008. architectsjournal.co.uk
- Pamela Buxton. New HQ, old foundation. 26 June 2009. bdonline.co.uk
- "The Architecture Foundation appoints a new Director | Architecture Foundation". www.architecturefoundation.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-05-18.
- "Simon Allford Announced as New Chair of The Architecture Foundation's Board of Trustees". The Architecture Foundation. 26 November 2013. Retrieved 19 August 2015.
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