WRK / LDN examines the future workspace requirements of London’s commercial, enterprise and industrial sectors.
There are 43 projects in this year’s shortlist.
A view of Crossrail through five key themes: people, places & spaces, inspiring women, communities and digging the past
Exploring the idea of “London living for a generation defined by who they are, not how old they are”.
This exhibition brings together leading photographers to explore and celebrate the work of Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown.
The construction industry produces three times more waste than UK households. Can we build with circular processes?
From over 300 submissions across 15 sectors, the 2016 Awards exhibition features 136 of London’s best new projects.
New processes and products are re-thinking how everyday life works. Circular Living showcases some of the early ideas.
An exhibition showing this prototype in action and communicating what this technology means for the built environment.
Reimaginings of construction by this year’s RCA Student Prize winners.
This exhibition charts the huge regeneration and development of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park from 2012 – 2016.
In London, across the UK and internationally, we are remaking and restoring streets. How do we create
Explore the life and work of Mimar Sinan, architect to the sultans of the Ottoman Empire.
Explore how London's skyline will look in 2030.
Grant Smith’s series of images celebrates and documents some of the artisan food producers of London.
As part of the Don’t Move, Improve! awards, this exhibition celebrates the best of this year’s submitted projects.