Peter trained as an architect and was editor of Building Design and RIBA Journal before starting Blueprint Magazine in 1983.
He has curated a number of major architectural exhibitions and is President of the global communications consultancy Wordsearch. He is founder of the London Festival of Architecture and is author of various architectural books including, "The saga of Sydney Opera House" and "A passion to build". He is a Past Master of The Architects’ Company, a visiting professor at IE University in Madrid, Chairman of The London Society and of New London Architecture (NLA)
Jan 08 2021
It’s safest to assume that cities like London want to get back to how things were before – in a better way, suggests LSE Professor Tony Travers. He also discusses with Peter Murray the new book he has...
Jan 08 2021
Poetry and pragmatism
Studio Egret West have won projects on major sites across London including Earl’s Court and Smithfield Market. David West talks about the masterplans – or ‘frameworks’ – for these areas and the practi...
Dec 11 2020
The long term impact of the Olympics
“The biggest single investment in art and culture since the Great Exhibition" is how Lyn Garner, Chief Executive of the London Legacy Development Corporation, describes the new East Bank cultural cent...