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Tuesday 3 March 2009 – Thursday 16 April 2009
Westminster is renowned for its outstanding heritage with the largest number of listed buildings and conservation areas of any London Borough. Its townscape is a record London's growth and history, but it is also a living community that embraces change and innovation.
Neil Montier: The Belt
Friday 17 April 2009 – Saturday 16 May 2009
‘The Belt’ is an ongoing photographic series by Neil Montier, which depicts a place that blurs the division between fiction and reality. In this series vast landscapes are occupied by modernist structures, that contrary to their intentions sit more like reminiscent monuments than objects of utopia.
BARGE: breathing new life into Docklands
Thursday 28 May 2009 – Saturday 18 July 2009
British Waterways, in partnership with H2O Urban Limited is planning to convert five Spits Barges as part of a wider initiative to revitalise the waterspace of London's Docklands.
Towards New Capital
Tuesday 21 July 2009 – Friday 28 August 2009
A display of the work of RCA student Ian Douglas-Jones, winner of the 2009 NLA Architecture Prize.
LSE Students' Centre Design Competition
Wednesday 2 September 2009 – Thursday 12 November 2009
In March this year a competition was launched to find an architect to design a new Students’ Centre for the London School of Economics and Political Science on its Aldwych campus. The new Students’ Centre will play a vital role in enhancing the student experience and in furthering the LSE’s aim of creating a world class estate.
Leadenhall Site Enhancement Competition
Tuesday 3 November 2009 – Thursday 12 November 2009
An exhibition of the entries, shortlisted designs and winning scheme for a competition held by British Land to design a temporary installation on the site of their Leadenhall development, the delivery timing of which is at present under review.
80 for No. 8
Monday 16 November 2009 – Friday 4 December 2009
An exhibition of the entries, shortlisted and winning schemes for King's Cross Central's competition to design the public realm and buildings for a new event space and public park within and around one of the historic gasholders at King's Cross Central.
Don't Move, Improve!
Friday 4 December 2009 – Saturday 24 April 2010
NLA launched a competition last Autumn, in association with The Building Centre, Time Out and RIBA London, to find London's best and most innovative home extensions.