100 ideas to solve the London housing crisis
New London Architecture (NLA) has shortlisted 100 ideas to solve the London housing crisis that will be displayed in a free public exhibition at the NLA galleries in The Building Centre from 15 October to 17 December.
The competition attracted over 200 entries from 16 countries around the world following a major NLA international ideas competition organised in collaboration with the Mayor of London. The aim is to develop plans that would help improving the speed, scale and quality of housing supply.
A distinguished jury will select ten ideas in mid October, with winning submitters invited to join a Greater London Authority working group to examine how their projects can be applied to real London sites to deliver future housing for the capital.
Find out more here.