New Ideas for Housing - London Housing Showcase

Courtyard Housing © Peter Cook for Patel Taylor

New London Architecture invited architects, developers and planners to tell us about some of the best new housing developments across the city, whether recently completed, under construction or at design stage.

Located across 30 of London's 33 boroughs, the 165 featured schemes show how building styles are evolving across London's many housing typologies: mews houses, terraces, towers, estates, bungalows and mansion blocks. They also demonstrate an increasing trend to accommodate a mix of tenures and uses, and how some are breaking into new typologies and management structures to harness the capital's needs.
 
The schemes will be on display at the NLA Galleries until Thursday 17 December, and are also available in a dedicated publication, available to purchase from The Building Centre café. 

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New Ideas for Housing

Exhibition

London has faced a ‘housing crisis’ for over two decades – a crisis that at present levels of housing delivery can only get worse. Despite its longevity there seems to be a dearth of new thinking. We have a shortage of land, yet our thinking on density is basic at best.

Other Exhibitions:

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Housing Showcase 2012

Publication

This Publication supported the Housing London exhibition, which looked at how well the capital was keeping up with its targets, who was delivering new homes, the funding and policy context, exemplar projects, and new and imaginative ideas for designing and delivering new homes for London.

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