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Footprint's 5 things to do this week

This week’s events include a talk about the BUS Methodology hosted by ARUP and Brazilian photographer Sebastiao Salgado’s Genesis at the Natural History Museum

Is your building performing as well as it should be?

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When 30 April, 6pm

Where The Building Centre, 26 Store Street, London

A BUS Methodology Partner Network Launch Event hosted by Arup. Learn about a robust method of evaluating occupant satisfaction and how it can benefit your work.

More information here.

Timber trends: sustainability talks at Cullinan Studios

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When 2 May, 5.30pm

Where Cullinan Studio, 5 Baldwin Terrace, London

Ted Cullinan of Cullinan Studio, Simon Smith of Smith and Wallwork and Meredith Bowles of Mole Architects will discuss how the use of timber has evolved in their work.

For an invitation email: amy.glover@cullinanstudio.com

Sebastiao Salgado - Genesis

Salgado Iceberg

When until 8 September

Where Natural History Museum, London

An exhibition of more than 200 black-and-white photographs of remote landscapes and communities.

www.nhm.ac.uk

Spring drawing gymnasium

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When 30 April, 6.30pm

Where The Building Centre, 26 Store Street, London

A drawing workshop that is aimed at improving professionals’ communication skills through better sketching and visualisation.

Please email Building Centre events for more details.

Awards: what are they good for?

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When 2 May

Where The Architecture Foundation, London

A discussion about the merit of award ceremonies for architecture and the impact they have on the profession, chaired by Paul Finch. Speakers include AJ editor Christine Murray, RIBA head of awards Tony Chapman, Martha Thorne, director of the Pritzker Architecture Prize and Simon Allford of AHMM.

www.architecturefoundation.org.uk

 

 

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