New London Architecture

Peter Murray

Curator-in-Chief

Peter is Curator-in-Chief of NLA and started the organisation together with Nick Mckeogh in 2005. He founded the London Festival of Architecture the previous year. He is a Mayor of London’s Design Advocate, Chairman of the Temple Bar Trust, Past Master of the Architects’ Company, Chairman of The London Society, a board member of Be First, Barking and Dagenham’s regeneration delivery company, and of the Association of Architectural Organisations.

His role is to oversee the quality of NLA’s output and to act as its public face.

Email: peter.murray@nla.london
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Latest contributions

Characterising London

Work

04 May 2021

Characterising London

Emily Gee is Regional Director for London and the South East at Historic England (HE). She talks to Peter Murray about the HE report on characterisation in London which has been adopted in the new Lon...

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Construction champion

Work

04 May 2021

Construction champion

Suzannah Nichol is the CEO of Build UK which represents over 40 per cent of the construction industry. She tells Peter Murray about the key roles of the organisation and issues faced by construction a...

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Changing public spaces

Placemaking

04 May 2021

Changing public spaces

“Changing the world one neighbourhood at a time” is the motto of Jan Christian Vestre, CEO of the Norwegian urban furniture manufacturers Vestre. He talks to Peter Murray about running a sustainable b...

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