New London Architecture

NLQ Issue 30

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MIPIM is here again, with this issue focusing on the MIPIM themes on the prospects for London and its international trade on the world stage following Brexit.

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Need to know
The quarter – our potted summary of all the key news events this term
Don’t Move, Improve! The top three winners in this year’s competition
We ask: Which way now for London, post-Brexit?
Who said what at the main NLA events this quarter
News profile 
Santiago Calatrava and Knight Dragon’s Richard Margree on Peninsula Place
Learning from... 
Beirut – Peter Murray pays a visit to the Lebanon capital
New Londoner 
Alison Brooks is pushing into new areas beyond housing. By Peter Murray
Opinions this time on transport; bioclimatic modelling; the value of architecture; and air quality
From the team 
Lettie McKie on educating the next generation in design issues
The Big Debate 
Coverage of the NLA event at Friends House as a prelude to the next London Plan
Martyn Evans is the ‘uncommon man’ chasing the public good. By David Taylor
Letter from the boroughs
Waltham Forest’s Jonathan Martin outlines the borough’s plans
Breakthrough practices 
Collaboration kings – Metropolitan Workshop profiled. By David Taylor
Top of their game 
Buckley Gray Yeoman hits the big time. David Taylor catches up with them
The way we work 
Ogilvy & Mather EMEA chairman Paul O’Donnell on the firm’s Sea Containers workplace
Project preview
Wood works – Waugh Thistleton and Ramboll on Dalston Lane
Briefing Notes
The low-down on all of NLA’s conferences and events this quarter
Building review
British Land’s 7 Clarges Street gets the building review treatment
Coffee break
CAPCO’s Beverley Churchill answers NLQ’s questions
The directory
Our guide to the companies and properties in London, complete with agents’ views on specific areas
My London 
Light touch – Sarah Gaventa looks to the river for inspiration

Issue details

Published April 2017.

Team credits
Editor David Taylor, Editor-in-chief Peter Murray, Group editorial director Debbie Whitfield, Editorial director Catherine Staniland, Sub editor Julia Dawson, Editorial support Jess Cronin; Mark Cox; Jenine Hudson; Janette Murphy; Lucie Murray, Publisher Nick McKeogh, Head of marketing Michelle Haywood, Production director Martin Page, Photography Agnese Sanvito, Design and art direction 401

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