Walton-on-Thames might not sound the most likely venue for a contemporary architecture show, but that is just what the Riverhouse, in Manor Road, is staging until 14 April. Among the architects are Foster, Alsop and Jiricna and, in the mix of media, there are screenprints by Langlands & Bell and paintings by Carl Laubin. It is good to see the model of Metaphor's poetic proposal for a Jewish memorial in Mannheim - and don't miss sketches in the cafe downstairs by John Pardey (it's that ...
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