About the Forum
City Architecture Forum is formed of a cross-disciplinary group of professionals with a common interest in the quality of architecture and public realm in the City of London.
Formed in 1991 when there was a clear difference of view in the City about the appropriate architecture for the present. The Forum has a rich history of collaborating with leading designers, developers and planners; conducting ‘behind the scenes’ tours of many of the City’s landmark projects to get the definitive story of the project by those in the know, as well as debating the virtues of the wave of development.
It is not a campaigning society but hopes to influence policy makers and participants by spreading understanding of issues and approaches amongst its members.
Membership is balanced across disciplines to promote rounded discussion. Typically members are drawn from amongst Architects, Engineers, Surveyors, Planners, Developers, Financiers, Conservationists, Media and those with an inherent curiosity for the built environment.
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