What Role for Architecture in London?: A Conference Focusing on the Quality of London’s Future Environment

December 1992

“What role for architecture in London” was a conference focusing on the quality of London’s future environment; speakers included Peter Brooke, the then Secretary of State for National Heritage; architects Richard Rogers, Michael Hopkins and Terry Farrell; developers Stuart Lipton and Trevor Osborne; critics and historians Mark Girouard, Deyan Sudjic and Tony Travers of the London School of Economics, as well as executives of the National Westminster Bank, the Prudential and the Corporation of London.

The conference was attended by leading designers, planners, politicians, business people and the general public who all took part in the debate.