August 2016 Toggle

NLA Annual Cycling Summit - Cycling in London under Sadiq Khan

Summit, Wednesday 3 August 2016

09:00-12:45

Sadiq Khan promised to make London a byword for cycling around the world – with plans to make cycling and walking safer and easier in the capital. At this conference we hear from his Deputy Mayor for Transport, who was LCC’s cycling champion of the year in 2015, how these plans are coming together and what the future of cycling looks like in Sadiq’s London.

Peter Barber - New London Awards Winner

Breakfast Talk , Friday 5 August 2016

08:30 – 09:30 (Registration from 08:00)

Following the announcement of this year’s New London Awards, join us for a special Breakfast Talk exploring some of the exceptional winning schemes by Peter Barber Architects.

The future of Smithfield Market

Breakfast Talk , Friday 12 August 2016

08:30 – 09:30 (Registration from 08:00)

THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED. We will record the talk and upload the video to this event page shortly after the event. With the Museum of London planning its move to the historic West Smithfield, this breakfast talk will hear from the Museum on the competition process to design its new home, and from the winning team led by Stanton Williams and Asif Khan.

New London Walking Tour - The City

Walking Tours, Saturday 13 August 2016

14:00-16:00 (Registration at 13:45)

Starting inside ‘The City Centre’, we will explore the City’s ongoing regeneration and the interaction of the historic past with its cluster of 21st century tall buildings.

RCA Student Prize for Architecture and Innovation 2016 Member-only event

NLA Members Event, Tuesday 30 August 2016

18:30–20:30

New London Architecture (NLA) and The Built Environment Trust host an evening celebration of the winners of this year's RCA Student Prize for Architecture and Innovation, with an exhibition of their work.

New London Walking Tour - King's Cross St Pancras

Walking Tours, Wednesday 31 August 2016

10:30-12:30 (Registration at 10:15)

The dramatic renewal of this key two-station transport hub kick-started the transformation of 67acres of old railway and industrial land behind, now known as King’s Cross Central.