NLA Family Walking Tour

Walking Tours, Wednesday 21 June 2017

10:30 - 11:30

Come and discover Bloomsbury with your kids!

Celebrating Excellent Black Architects

Soapbox talk , Friday 23 June 2017

13:15-13:45

In this lunchtime talk we will hear from the curator of the exhibition Celebrating Excellent Black Architects, Simone de Gale, and a participating architect about the great architectural projects showcased in the exhibition.

London’s Global Future as a Design Capital

Breakfast Talk , Friday 23 June 2017

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

As the government negotiates the exit from the EU, how do we protect and ensure London's continued status as a global capital of built environment expertise?

New London Neighbourhood Tour - Bankside

Walking Tours, Wednesday 28 June 2017

10:30 - 12:30

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.

New London Neighbourhood Tour - Victoria

Walking Tours, Saturday 8 July 2017

14:00-16:00

Book-ended by Buckingham Palace to the west and Westminster Abbey to the east, Victoria is a truly unique neighborhood, experiencing unprecedented new developments and rebuilds.

London: Design Capital Powered by PechaKucha

Pecha Kucha, Tuesday 11 July 2017

18:30-20:30

Where are London based consultancies working? What kind of projects are they delivering? What innovations and new technologies are being developed for use at a global scale?

Are space standards limiting London’s housing supply?

Free Breakfast Talk, Friday 14 July 2017

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

The diversity of London’s housing stock must respond to the diversity of the Londoners it aims to serve. But are we building homes at the right shapes and sizes or are we bound by policies that don’t reflect the flexibility of those who live here?