20 Sep 2017
Lose the ownership ‘obsession’ and embrace rent, London told
London has undergone a ‘seismic shift’ in its build to rent sector but must still work hard to lose its ‘obsession’ with home ownership if it is to make a dent in numbers toward housing its growing population.
20 Sep 2017
Architecture enthusiasts visit NLA for Open House
Over 300 visitors descended on NLA this weekend to get involved in a special programme of talks, family workshops and exhibitions as part of Open House 2017.
5 Sep 2017
RCA Student Prize Exhibition
2017 marks a decade of New London Architecture commending emerging talent among architecture students at the Royal College of Art, via the Student Prizes for Architecture and Innovation.
4 Sep 2017
From distilleries to Steinways: the threat to London’s back-of-house industries explored in new international film
London is being represented at the inaugural Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism, which opened on 2 September, with a specially commissioned film installation exploring the challenges facing London’s spaces of production as the city grows and deals with the increasing demand for new housing and the mechanics of keeping a city working.
30 Aug 2017
London Made - Installation at Seoul Biennale 2017
Working in partnership, the Greater London Authority (GLA), the British Council, New London Architecture (NLA) and SEGRO, leading industrial and urban logistics developer, have appointed We Made That to curate London’s exhibit at the inaugural Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism.
28 Aug 2017
NLA Nights at Royal Wharf
Our NLA Nights programme brings together the board cross section of NLA members to meet informally in some of London’s most exciting new developments and areas of change. The most recent event was hosted by Ballymore and Oxley Holdings at their Royal Wharf development.
25 Aug 2017
Fish Island and Wickside to demonstrate Olympic legacy
Fish Island and Hackney Wick are showing encouraging signs of regeneration, five years on from the London Olympics.
That was the key message from this morning’s breakfast talk at NLA, which was kicked off by Hannah Lambert, senior designer at the London Legacy Development Corporation.
17 Aug 2017
NLA at MIPIM UK as The London Stand comes to the capital for the first time
10 Aug 2017
London needs ‘culture change’ on walking and cycling
London’s new transport strategy is the most ambitious that London - or almost any city like it – has ever seen. And the 25-year plan will be needed if the UK is to get out of its ‘serious inactivity crisis’, delivering safer and less polluted streets in the process. But a culture change is also needed to accompany infrastructural improvements if real progress can be made.
8 Aug 2017
Diversification: Matching small sites with housebuilders
How can small, often complex sites be better unlocked for development, with relationships forged between local authorities and smaller-scale housebuilders? A think tank organised by NLA sought to find out.
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