New London Architecture
New London Architecture is the capital’s first permanent exhibition space dedicated to London’s architecture, planning and development. Caro Communications launched this new venture in 2005 aimed at architects, developers and the public. Since then, NLA has been a free resource open six days a week at London’s Building Centre. In addition to a dynamic programme of temporary exhibitions exploring topical London issues, NLA runs talks, debates and seminars, as well as playing host to the London Architecture Diary – the go-to online diary for all architecture events.
Caro Communications has worked with NLA in 2014 promoting, ‘London’s Growing Up!’ exploring the change in London’s with 260 planned towers coming to London’s skyline in the next 20 years. Their current exhibition, ‘Public London’ celebrates the transformation in London’s public spaces over the last decade and later in the year, the NLA will be launching a housing competition asking designers, architects, developers and decision makers to come up with ideas and concepts to solve London’s housing crisis.