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Five things to do this week: 19-25 June

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1. Call for entries: Liverpool
Submit your Merseyside project to the Liverpool Architectural Society Design Awards, which will be judged by Tom Bloxham, Chairman of Urban Splash, artist Ben Johnson and AJ editor Kieran Long. The deadline for entries is 4 August, 2008.

Download your entry form at www.liverpoolarchitecture.com and post your entry to LAS Design Awards, c/o RIBA North West, Unit 101, Tea Factory, 82 Wood, Liverpool L1 4DQ

2. Dream Buildings
Attend the launch event for Mark C. Hewitt’s participative project, where he will be collecting personal accounts of buildings as they’ve occurred in dreams.
19 June 2008 at 7pm at Aspex, The Vulcan Building, Gunwharf Quays, Portsmouth PO1 3BF
www.mchblank.co.uk

3. Made in Cambridge
This annual exhibition by the Cambridge Association of Architects (CAA) features the work of 17 local Cambridge practices.
16 June – 5 July, 9.30 am – 5 pm, Monday to Saturday, at The Michaelhouse Centre in Trinity Street, Cambridge CB2 1SU

4. Place: A study of Modern houses in Cornwall
Inspired by 12 Modern houses in Cornwall, this solo exhibition by artist Sophie Tarbuck explores buildings by Rogers, Foster and others through interviews, archival material, drawings, collages and paintings.
21 June – 25 August at The Architecture Centre, Narrow Quay, Bristol BS1 4QA, www.architecturecentre.co.uk

5. Upshot
Photographer Alan Williams has photographed London’s highest hidden spaces, including penthouses, clocktowers, ancient archives and tiny bolt-holes.
19 June – 19 July, on the Baylis Terrace at the National Theatre, South Bank, London SE1 9PX

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