Wednesday, 23 February 2011

City Architecture Forum

The Master, in his Newsletter for February 2011, mentions the City Architecture Forum and its 20th Anniversary publication 'City Architecture: redesigning the City of London 1991-2011'.

As Chairman of the Forum, I welcome any members of the Company to join the Forum and increase their awareness of the City’s prodigious investment in architecture. Our website: tells you about us and our meetings, and connects you to our Hon. Secretary, Chris Howell, either for information or to join the forum. Typically, we meet four or five times a year to discuss new projects, and then to visit them on their completion. Our next meeting is on March 14th at Ropemaker Place, British Land’s 'low-carbon' development. We will be discussing low-carbon design with its client and designers. Come and join us.

You can see the book, 'City Architecture', bound into the AJ issue of January 20th 2011. You can also obtain a copy from the WCCA Clerk, the Museum of London bookshop or the RIBA bookshop. It contains essays and commentary on 60 notable buildings from the last twenty years, with walking guide maps to the new buildings and open spaces.

Richard Saxon: Chairman, City Architecture Forum and Past Master of the Company.

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