New London Architecture (NLA) is set to unveil its New London Model – the biggest of its kind in the capital.
From 23 April, the independent think tank on the city’s architecture, planning and development will be displaying its 3D rendering at the NLA Galleries in Store Street, WC1. The giant 1:1200 scale interactive model measures 42 square metres and highlights recent buildings and proposed schemes. It includes 170,000 buildings and covers 85 square kilometres in more detail than the previous version (pictured above). NLA, whose chairman is Post columnist Peter Murray, has also unveiled its 10th anniversary programme of exhibitions and events.