21 Aug 2009

London's Learning

Continuing NLA’s workplace series this month, Philip Ross, CEO of The Cordless Group, presented a fascinating vision of the potential impacts of ‘cloud computing’ on London’s workplaces at a packed breakfast talk this morning.

18 Aug 2009

NLA and Time Out London Launch 'Don’t Move, Improve!’

Time Out London and New London Architecture (NLA) are launching 'Don't Move, Improve!', a competition which aims to find London's best and most innovative home extensions.

12 Aug 2009

New Chelsea Barracks Shortlist Revealed

Ten architecture and masterplanning practices have been shortlisted to design a new masterplan for the Chelsea Barracks site, following the withdrawal of the Richard Rogers scheme by Qatari Diar.

5 Aug 2009

London's Future Workplace

A series of leading office experts, expert witnesses and development practitioners were invited to NLA on Wednesday morning to speak at a conference examining ‘London’s Future Workplace’. With the BPF highlighting the dramatic impact of the current downturn on the office sector, the conference aimed to look at how London’s workplaces will change when we emerge from recession, and what impact new technology and new ways of working will have on the design and procurement of office space.

3 Aug 2009

Three London Schemes in the 2009 Stirling Prize Shortlist

Three London schemes have been shortlisted for the 2009 RIBA Stirling Prize, with the winner to be announced on 17 October 2009 at Old Billingsgate, London.

3 Aug 2009

NLA Nights: What Should London Be Made Of?

In a special ‘Two Minute Talks’ event on Monday evening NLA invited a series of eleven leading architects and practitioners, including Peter Bishop from the LDA, Alan Baxter from Alan Baxter & Associates and our very own Peter Murray, to speak on the topic of 'What Should London Be Made Of' for just 120 seconds each.