New London Architecture

NLQ Issue 34

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When the FT broke the story of the Presidents Club, the ramifications for the property industry were clear. Change, and change now.

So, with NLA’s stated aim to lift gender parity across architecture, design and property to the fore, this issue looks directly at diversity. We look at the phenomenon as a bona fide improver for the bottom line; at ethnic and gender representation across architecture along with its impact on the economy in new figures released by London Festival of Architecture’s (LFA) Tamsie Thomson; and at the process behind organising the NLA speaker programme. This issue features Sherin Aminosseh, Digby Flower, Victoria Bullock, Maccreanor Lavington and Rathbone Square.
Need to know
The quarter – our potted summary of all the key news events this term

Portfolio
Tonkin Liu’s Don’t Move, Improve! winner, Sun Rain Rooms

Viewpoint
We ask: does the South East need a regional plan?

Soundbites
Who said what at the main NLA events this quarter

Capital idea
Farrells’ floating markets and Hadley’s cycling app ideas

Murray Mint 
Peter Murray sings the praises of the mansion block

New Londoner
Cushman & Wakefield supremo Digby Flower, by Peter Murray

The Big Debate 
Our coverage of this year’s Big Debate on the London Plan

Diversity special 
Resetting the industry – a special feature on diversity issues

Top of their game 
Maccreanor Lavington talk London vernacular, brick, and masterplans with David Taylor

Opinion 
Contributions this time from Swan Housing, Genesis, Jackson Coles and G-Smatt

Letter from the boroughs 
Aiming high – Shifa Mustafa on Croydon’s ambitions for the future

Profile
Sherin Aminossehe talks to Peter Murray about her new lease of life at Lendlease

The user experience 
David Taylor looks at Ben Adams Architects’ Nobu in Shoreditch. How is it performing?

Briefing notes
The low-down on all of NLA’s recent conferences and events

Coffee break
Barton Willmore’s Victoria Bullock answers the questions

Building review
Great Portland Estates’ Rathbone Square 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
Westway Trust’s Alex Russell on North Kensington

Issue details

Published March 2018.

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, Jenine Noble, Aurelia Amanitis. Publisher, Nick McKeogh . Production, Michelle Haywood and Merry Arnold. Photography, Agnese Sanvito.

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