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AJ Small Projects 2013
Thursday 31 January 2013 – Wednesday 13 March 2013
The Architects’ Journal Small Projects exhibition is a chance to see 24 of the best new small-scale architectural gems.
Field Explorations - an exhibition by Syracuse SoA
Monday 18 March 2013 – Thursday 18 April 2013
Hand drawings have the capability to transform a place into a vision, a view into the perception, ephemerality, and atmosphere of a space.
Planes, Trains and Drains: London's Booming Infrastructure Business
Thursday 28 March 2013 – Saturday 25 May 2013
Despite recessionary pressures, London is experiencing a level of investment in infrastructure unseen since the 19th century.
PRP Celebrates 50 Years
Thursday 25 April 2013 – Tuesday 28 May 2013
This exhibition celebrates 50 years of PRP and will run from 25 April to 21 May. It charts the growth of the practice from its first project, The Ryde in Hatfield in 1963, through to the current day, as one of the UK’s leading multidisciplinary practices.
Ryder Architecture – Celebrating 60 Years, 1953-2013
Thursday 6 June 2013 – Thursday 27 June 2013
An exhibition celebrating the 60th anniversary of Ryder Architecture - a multi-award winning national practice with a varied output of buildings for office, education, healthcare, research and manufacturing, residential, retail and leisure.
Blackfriars Road: The transformation of a historic boulevard in the heart of London
Thursday 6 June 2013 – Saturday 29 June 2013
An exhibition presenting the future face of Blackfriars Road.
Creating Places People Want to Stay
Thursday 4 July 2013 – Wednesday 7 August 2013
This exhibition by Dexter Moren Associates explores how hotel design, creating spaces that people enjoy spending time in, can be translated into different environments and sectors.
NLA / RCA Student Prize for Architecture 2013: Frameworks - Sam Aitkenhead, Astrid Bois D'Enghien, Alexander Turner
Monday 12 August 2013 – Thursday 29 August 2013
What hope is there for the collective dwelling? In the midst of a fundamental crisis in the way we make, sell and occupy housing, these three projects offer a series of visions for collective dwelling in the UK, two in the Sussex town of Lewes and one in London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Creating Places Where People Want to Live: Photographs to celebrate 50 years of L&Q
Wednesday 4 September 2013 – Saturday 28 September 2013
How do you create places where people want to live?
London Works - An exhibition by John Robertson Architects
Thursday 3 October 2013 – Wednesday 30 October 2013
Over the last 20 years London has offered some of the most exciting opportunities for new architecture anywhere in the world.
LIVING SPACE. space for living - An exhibition by Holder Mathias Architects
Monday 4 November 2013 – Thursday 28 November 2013
House prices across London continue to rise disproportionally to salaries, resulting in increasing numbers of people finding themselves priced out of home ownership.
Don't Move, Improve! 2013
Saturday 6 December 2014 – Thursday 6 February 2014
NLA's Don’t Move, Improve! Awards, now in their fourth year, aim to discover the best and most innovative home extensions, home interior design and small office conversions completed in London in the last three years.
Beyond Ground: Urban Visions for London
Saturday 7 December 2013 – Friday 7 February 2014
From visionary infrastructure to ground-breaking architecture, London has been a design laboratory for urbanists, architects, and engineers throughout the ages.
Great Estates: How London's landowners shape the city
Friday 17 October 2014 – Friday 19 December 2014
Much of the story of London's development can be traced through the historic ownership of large pieces of land which, through the on-going ownership of freehold assets and their lease terms, have created a resilient cycle of change and renewal.