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10 Things to do at LFA ‘08

1. Sky Walk
Carmody Groarke’s Sky Walk, a temporary elevated promenade, opens this Saturday
5 July, Sky Walk, Montague Place WC1

For details of this and all other LFA events, go to the LFA website

2. Geometrics at the Gymnasium
Peruse Price & Myers’ Geometrics exhibition, exploring engineering, geometry, material and manufacturing
6-20 July at The Gymnasium, Pancras Road, London NW1 2TB

3. Graham Stirk Live
The senior director of Rogers Stirk Harbour discusses his work and career
6:30pm, 4 July, BP Lecture Theatre, The British Museum, Great Russell Street WC1
Tickets £5, call 020 7323 8000

4. OMA*AMO Hermitage 2014 Symposium
Rem Koolhaus, Hans Ulrich Obrist and Chris Dercon discuss ‘Modernizing the Encyclopedic Museum’.
2:30-6:30pm, 5 July at The Great Hall, King’s College London WC2
Tickets £20, call 0870 264 3333

5. Peter Ackroyd
Ackroyd lectures on ‘Hawksmoor and the Wild World of London’
4pm, 6 July at St George’s Church, Bloomsbury WC1. Sold out

6.Greening Bays Competition Installation
See 14 parking bays redesigned and transformed for one day
4 July on Store Street, WC1

7. Architectural Jelly Banquet
Gorge on architectural models made of jelly by Bompas & Parr
8pm – 3am, 4 July at the UCL Quadrangle, Gower St WC1
Tickets £5, call 0870 264 3333

8. Senate House Talk
Richard Simpson lectures on Senate House, the UCL building designed by Charles Holden
12 – 1pm, 5 July in Room 336, Senate House North Block, Malet Street WC1
Free. Reservations though

9. David Chipperfield Lecture
The 2007 winner of the Stirling Prize gives the LFA keynote lecture
6:30 – 8pm, 3 July at the Institute of Education, 20 Bedford Way WC1. Sold out.

10. Define Your City
Five young architects, including Patrick Lynch and Sam Jacob, discuss the architectural characters of London
6:30pm, 8 July at Southwark Cathedral. Free, but ticketed, email

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