New London Architecture

NLQ Issue 32

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In this issue, New Londoner of the Year and dRMM joint founder, Sadie Morgan, has been named alongside NLA chairman Peter Murray and others as one of Mayor Sadiq Khan’s Design Advocates, and is pushing design principles far and wide in government, cramming in her work on HS2 and the Growth Commission, and living life to the full. Also featured in this international special: Isabel Dedring, Cagodan Estate, Pilbrow & Partners, The Bartlett. 

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Need to know 
The quarter – our potted summary of all the key news events this term
Selected highlights from this year’s NLA Awards
What is ‘Good Growth?’ We ask the question at the heart of GLA policy
Who said what at the main NLA events this quarter
Capital idea 
Ideas this quarter from Broadway Malyan and PRP
The way we work 
Michael Squire outlines a transformative move for Squire and Partners
Murray Mint 
On the house – Peter Murray on plans for a Housing Expo in London
New Londoner of the Year 
David Taylor catches up with ‘womanon- a-mission’, Sadie Morgan
Opinions this time from Systra, Hoare Lea, Conran & Partners and deputy mayor Jules Pipe
Peter Murray meets up with Arup’s transport expert, Isabel Dedring
International special 
Our coverage of the London: Design Capital exhibition and events
From the team 
NLA’s Jenine Hudson goes behind the scenes of Don’t Move, Improve!
Practice profile 
Pilbrow + Partners’ Fred Pilbrow on starting again. By David Taylor
Top of their game 
The Cadogan Estate is 300 years old this year. David Taylor meets Hugh Seaborn
Building focus 
Glyn Emrys on ‘reinventing’ Soho for Great Portland Estates
After Grenfell 
Which way now for housing after Grenfell? Our report from two key debates
Project preview 
Cany Ash describes the thinking behind NLA Overall Award-winning project, Wickside
Briefing notes 
The low-down on all of NLA’s conferences and events this quarter
Coffee break 
Sheppard Robson’s Helen Berresford answers NLQ’s questions
Building review 
Hawkins\Brown’s Bartlett reworking gets the building review treatment
The directory 
Our guide to the companies and properties in London, complete with agents’ views on specific areas
My London 
CBRE’s Nick Bark extols the virtues of Carnaby Street and environs

Issue Details

Published Sept 2017

Team credits
Editor, David Taylor . Editor-in-chief, Peter Murray. Editorial director, Catherine Staniland. Sub editor, Julia Dawson. Editorial support, Jess Cronin, Marl Cox, Merry Arnold, Aurelia Amanitis. Publisher, Nick McKeogh. Production, Michelle Haywood. Photography, Agnese Sanvito. Design and art direction, Stefano Meroni.

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