London Made - Film screening, panel discussion and drinks

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Barbican Centre

Silk Street

London

EC2Y 8DS

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Join Jules Pipe and Sir Nick Kenyon at an exclusive screening of London Made at the Barbican. Specially commissioned for the inaugural Seoul Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism in September this year, the film is made by Alice Masters with We Made That and is presented by the Mayor of London, British Council, New London Architecture (NLA) and SEGRO.

Showcasing the businesses ‘behind the scenes’ at the Barbican, the evening screening and panel discussion will explore the vast networks of supply across Greater London that sustain the city’s vital activities, bringing together leading experts to discuss and debate the work being done to support London’s industrial spaces as we try to accommodate unprecedented population growth.

The Deputy Mayor will be joined by Holly Lewis, Co-Founding Partner & Architect, We Made That; Darryl Chen, Partner, Hawkins Brown; Alan Holland, Business Unit Director Greater London, SEGRO; and Eleanor Fawcett, Head of Design, OPDC as we examine London’s future as a productive city.

We look forward to seeing you there.


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Barbican Centre

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EC2Y 8DS

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Organiser New London Architecture

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New London Architecture (NLA) is an independent forum for discussion, debate and information about architecture, planning, development and construction in the capital. Our core mission is to bring people together to shape a better city.

A busy year-round programme of events, research and exhibitions examines all issues affecting London’s built environment and attracts all those with a stake in the future of the city – politicians, professionals and the public. We bring the broadest group of people from all disciplines and communities together to share knowledge and debate the city’s unprecedented growth.

We are based at The Building Centre in central London where our giant interactive model of central London is free to visit six days a week.

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