April 2018 Toggle

Free London Model Talk

Model Talk, Friday 6 April 2018

12:30-13:00

NLA’s giant interactive model of central London brings the story of London’s historical and physical development to life.

Free London Model Talk

Model Talk, Friday 13 April 2018

12:30-13:00

NLA’s giant interactive model of central London brings the story of London’s historical and physical development to life.

New London Neighbourhood Tour - Bankside

Walking Tours, Saturday 14 April 2018

14:00-16:00

This area of London, along the south bank of the Thames, offers some of the most exciting and diverse spaces in the capital. With a generous supply of cultural buildings, transport links and river-side public realm, Bankside continues to see increased development of residential and workspace projects together with museum, gallery and theatre improvements.

Annual London Tall Buildings Survey 2018 – Report launch

Breakfast Talk , Wednesday 18 April 2018

08:30-10:30

New London Architecture presents the fifth Annual Tall Buildings Survey 2018, with research partners GL Hearn, and data provided by EG. In this talk we will discuss the latest tall buildings’ figures published in the NLA Annual London Tall Buildings Survey 2018.

Free London Model Talk

Model Talk, Friday 20 April 2018

12:30-13:00

NLA’s giant interactive model of central London brings the story of London’s historical and physical development to life.

Don’t Move, Improve! Winners present…Pop Up Ute

Free Event, Friday 20 April 2018

13:15-13:45

Adrian Friend from Friend and Company Architects present his award-winning Pop Up Ute project — a colourful up-cycled addition to an industrial heritage site, made from a kit of lightweight parts that showcases the latest circular economy techniques and manufactured assembly processes.

Reimagining 60s London

Free Breakfast Talk, Friday 20 April 2018

08:30-09:30 (registration from 8:00)

Focusing on the reuse of buildings originally created in the 1960s, this breakfast talk explores the recent work behind two well-known London icons – the Smithson’s Economist Building and Seifert’s Centre Point – to see how interventions have refreshed these structures for modern lifestyles. Examining these two case studies, we will hear from key project team members on how the amendments were conceived and delivered.

New London Neighbourhood Tour - Elephant & Castle

Walking Tours, Wednesday 25 April 2018

10:30-12:30

Join us for this special walking tour of the area between Borough and the reconfigured Elephant and Castle gyratory - a unique part of Zone 1, quickly emerging as a central London residential hotspot.

NLA Nights at Roca London Gallery's ‘Timber Rising’ exhibition

NLA Nights, Thursday 26 April 2018

18:30-20:30 (with speeches at 19:00)

NLA Members are invited to an NLA Nights at Roca London Gallery to view the new Timber Rising exhibition for drinks and networking with short speeches from NLA and the exhibition curators, Eva Woode (Studio Woode) and Clare Farrow.

Tall buildings in London - how many is too many?

Breakfast Talk , Friday 27 April 2018

08:30-09:30

With over 500 tall buildings in London’s pipeline, how do we know they are responding to the right needs of a growing city?

Free London Model Talk

Model Talk, Friday 27 April 2018

12:30-13:00

NLA’s giant interactive model of central London brings the story of London’s historical and physical development to life.

Women’s Literacy and Healthcare Centre in Bangladesh Lunchtime Talk

Lunchtime Talk, Friday 27 April 2018

13:15-13:45

Hear from Co-founder and Trustee of the Mannan Foundation Trust, Tumpa Husna Yasmin Fellows, on this community-led project in a remote village of Bangladesh, further exploring the exhibition currently on display in the NLA galleries.

Don’t Move, Improve! Design Surgeries

Free Event, Saturday 28 April 2018

10:30-13:30

Don’t Move, Improve! Design Surgeries offer FREE advice and inspiration to Londoners looking to extend their homes.

APPG for London’s Planning and Built Environment

, Monday 30 April 2018

18:00-20:00

In this meeting NLA and GL Hearn’s planning team will present the findings of the NLA’s Annual London Tall Buildings Survey and we will hear the response from MPs on what the growing pipeline of tall buildings means for their constituencies.