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Footprint's 5 things to do this week

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This weeks events include AJ’s Women in Architecture Awards Luncheon

iCity exhibition

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When: 18 - 19 March, 9am - 5pm

Where: Hackney Services Centre, 1 Hillman Centre, London

Public exhibition presents plans for the transformation of the Olympic media centre into a ‘digital quarter’ for London.

www.icitylondon.com

People, place and value: the golden triangle?

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When: 20 March, 6pm

Where: Central St Martin’s College, London

Speakers including Kevin Murray, director of KMA and Pam Alexander of Crest Nicholson will discuss the evolving concepts of community involvement in planning and development.

www.theglasshouse.org.uk

World Water Day

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When: 22 March, 9am - 5.30pm

Where: Roca London Gallery, Station House, London

In celebration of World Water Day Roca will donate £5 for every visitor to their We Are Water Foundation Exhibition.

www.rocalondongallery.com

AJ Women in Architecture Lunch

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When: March 22, 6.30pm

Where: RIBA Portland Place

The AJ’s Women in Architecture Luncheon will feature a pre-recorded introduction by Denise Scott Brown, exclusive speakers and winner announcement’s for the Jane Drew Prize, Women Architect of the Year, and Emerging Women Architect of the Year. Remaining tickets available here.

www.architectsjournal.co.uk

Shrewsbury green doors

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When: 23 - 24 March, 1pm - 5pm

Where: Shrewsbury

Organised by Shrewsbury Transition Towns, properties with energy improvements open their doors to the public.

www.shrewsburygreendoors.yolasite.com

 

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