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RCA Student Prize for Architecture and Innovation

Thursday 4 August 2016 – Tuesday 30 August 2016

August 2016

Reimaginings of construction by this year’s RCA Student Prize winners: including winners of the NLA / RCA Student Prize for Architecture Johnny Lui and Ciaran Scannell, and the winners of The Built Environment Trust’s inaugural RCA Student Prize for Innovation Georgia White, Christopher Kelly & Alexander Dickie.

The City Garden at The City Centre

Saturday 23 April 2016 – Sunday 25 September 2016

Working with The City Centre and the City of London Corporation, artist Rebecca Louise Law has created 'The City Garden', a site-specific installation of natural materials inspired by gardens within the City.

Platform for design: stations, art and public space on the Elizabeth line

Saturday 3 September 2016 – Wednesday 28 September 2016

Projects as big as Crossrail don't come about often. It is delivering 42kms of tunnels, 10 new stations and improvements at many more stations, along with art installations, new public realm, and mixed-use commercial developments. It is acting as a catalyst for regeneration across London and will influence the way people experience the city and its suburbs.

New London 2016 - London's best new projects

Saturday 4 June 2016 – Wednesday 5 October 2016

From over 300 submissions across 15 sectors, the New London Awards 2016 exhibition features 136 of London’s best new projects, as selected by an international jury, advised by a team of London-based expert assessors.

WRK / LDN: Shaping London’s future workspaces

Thursday 13 October 2016 – Saturday 17 December 2016

Work has shaped large parts of London’s urban landscape – from great Victorian warehouses to huge modern logistics sheds; from 17th century coffee houses to the steel and glass towers of the City cluster; and from railway arch workshops to digital fablabs.

The New London Model

Permanent Display, Free Entry

NLA’s giant new interactive model of central London brings the story of London’s historical and physical development to life through a sophisticated projection system integrated with films.

Transforming The Boroughs

Permanent Display, Free Entry

Find out what's happening in your local borough and city-wide in this exhibition examining key strategies and areas within each London borough.