13 Jun 2017

Annual lecturer Adjaye makes case for greater diversity

The built environment sector specifically – and society more generally – should aim to make ‘big jumps’ rather than incremental changes to secure greater diversity.

9 Jun 2017

Engaging people - communicating architecture

Leading figures from architecture centres in New York, Chicago and Washington DC were at the NLA this morning to share their experiences in communicating built environment issues to the public.

8 Jun 2017

London: designing the world

A special Pecha Kucha celebrating London’s strength in design this week showed how the UK capital continues to export its rich array of built environment talent and expertise to the world.

8 Jun 2017

New London Awards 2017 Shortlist - Press Release

New London Architecture reveals 160 strong shortlist for the New London Awards, and invites Londoners to vote for their ‘People’s Choice’

7 Jun 2017

London looks to Europe on active design

London can learn valuable lessons from Paris, New York and Copenhagen in the art of integrating active travel and wellbeing into their new and existing pieces of cities.

2 Jun 2017

‘West is best’ – the Heathrow effect

West London is fighting back from being in the shadow of the city’s eastern push since before the Olympics, galvanised by the expansion of Heathrow and Crossrail – two major factors in catalysing jobs and homes.

24 May 2017

Embrace heritage and avoid homogeneity, London told

London should recognise the importance its rich built heritage and character brings socially, environmentally and financially and avoid lapsing into the ‘homogenisation’ affecting other world cities.

19 May 2017

GLA throws weight behind markets push

The GLA is putting its weight behind London’s markets in a series of initiatives that recognise their important place in the capital.

17 May 2017

Stay open for international design business, Arup’s Frost urges

Arup’s head of global cities Jerome Frost made a plea for London to retain its openness and an ‘outward looking mentality’ as he launched NLA’s latest show and event series: London: Design Capital on Tuesday night.

16 May 2017

London risks losing its crown as the global capital for design and construction skills, says report

A new study from New London Architecture (NLA), the capital’s centre for the built environment, has revealed the international scale of London’s built environment professions and warns of the dangers the sector faces as the government negotiates the UK’s exit from the EU. The report sets out a series of key recommendations for the UK Government and Greater London Authority (GLA) to ensure resilience in the sector.