New London Quarterly Issue 35

by New London Architecture

CONTENTS:
 
Need to know 4
The quarter – our potted summary of
all the key news events this term
 
News extra 6
Robert Gordon Clark reflects on the
impact of the London elections
 
Viewpoint 9
We ask: are 500 tall buildings
good for London?
 
Soundbites 12
Who said what at the main
NLA events this quarter
 
Learning from... 16
Peter Murray on what London
can learn from Milan, and
Stefano Boeri’s Vertical Forest
 
New Londoner 18
NLA Annual lecturer Amanda
Levete talks to David Taylor
 
NLA Research 26
Sir Malcolm Grant kicks off NLA’s
Knowledge Capital season
 
Opinion 25, 41, 49, 55
Opinions from Ryder, Battersea Power
Station Development Company,
Gensler, and the West London Alliance
 
Tall Buildings Special 28
Tall storeys – our coverage of this
year’s tall building’s events
 
Update 36
Game changer – the first in a series of
reports on the Elizabeth Line’s impact
 
From the team 39
NLA head of events Lauren Bennett
on charity giving at Store Street
 
Top of their game 43
Tibbalds Planning and Urban
Design on making ‘people-friendly
places’. By David Taylor
 
The user experience 50
One year on at The Ned – architect
and client give their appraisals
 
Practice profile 56
MICA Architects talk Croydon, Centre
Point, and context with David Taylor
 
Letter from the boroughs 62
Hackney mayor Philip Glanville
extols the borough’s virtues
 
Briefing notes 65
The low-down on all of NLA’s
recent conferences and events
 
Coffee break 83
Whitbread’s Joanne Moon
answers the questions
 
Building review 85
Office to resi – letting
Centre Point live again
 
The directory 97
Our guide to the companies and
properties in London, complete with
agents’ views on specific areas
 
My London 168
Mount Anvil’s Lisa Ravenscroft
on Whitechapel

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