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London Architecture Biennale 2006 events unveiled

More details have emerged of the plans for next summer's London Architecture Biennale.

The scale of the vast event - which has much to live up to after the wildly successful inaugural event in 2004 - is unlikely to let people down.

While it has long been trailed that Norman Foster has agreed to herd a group of sheep across the Millennium Bridge, details of many of the other events have now emerged.

The Peter Murray-organised event, which will run from 17-25 June, will include a King's Cross to Borough Market walking and cycling tour with a series of interventions and events dotted en route.

Other events will include an architecture film series at the Barbican and a series of events in public open spaces, such as Paternoster Square, Clerkenwell Green and Exmouth Market.

The week will also incorporate the National Architecture Student Festival, which will see students creating temporary structures all over the country.

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by Ed Dorrell

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