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Footprint's 5 things to do this week

This week’s events include a talk at the RIBA by Charles Correa and and a debate on sustainability within the creative industries

LED lighting and heating for Passivhaus

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When 15 May

Where St John’s Innovation Centre, Cowley Road, Cambridge

At this conference organised by the University of East Anglia’s Centre for the Built Envrionment, Colin Ball of BDP will discuss how LED lighting can reduce lighting demands whilst Ron Beattie, director at Beattie Passive will talk about the savings which can come from a fabric first approach.

www.adaptcbe.co.uk

UAL debate on enterprise and sustainability

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When 15 May, 1.30pm

Where St Bride’s Foundation, Fleet Street, London

Chaired by Jeremy Till, head of Central St Martins, this debate will look at how the creative industries can contribute to a more sustainable future.

see.arts.ac.uk

Charles Correa: The gestures of human occupation

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When 15 May, 6.30pm

Where RIBA, 66 Portland Place

RIBA Gold medal winning architect Charles Correa will talk about his projects, influences and the creation of an architecture for post-independence India.

www.architecture.com

Nature Plus conference

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When 16-17 May

Where KAHO Sint-Lieven, Gent, Belgium

Nature Plus and Cap’em are hosting an international conference with the Vibe Flemish Institute for Bio-Ecological Building and Living. The event will focus on natural building materials and life cyle analysis.

www.ibo.at

Archikids festival

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When 17-19 May

Where Various locations in the City of London

A festival of architecture for 5-11 year olds, with over 40 events including ‘Bridge the Gap’ an opportunity to design, build and test a model bridge with Arup and ‘Be an Architective’ an architectural exploration of London.

www.open-city.org.uk

 

 

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