For the fifth episode of Architecture Masters at Home, we’re joined by Peter Murray and Nick McKeogh.
Like many organisations trying to adapt to these challenging and quickly changing circumstances, at the LFA we’ve naturally been re-examining our core purpose and thinking about how we can continue to support the profession and the wider city.
The LFA was founded by Peter Murray in 2004, and New London Architecture co-founded in 2005 by Peter and Nick McKeogh. Since those early days the NLA as supported the festival. But more recently the two have more formally joined forces.
For this episode we wanted to speak to Nick and Peter, about the early days of NLA and the festival, and what we and the wider profession can learn from the challenges of the past.