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Footprint's 5 things to do this week

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This week’s events include a seminar on Passivhaus design and a boat trip along the Thames

Designing and delivering Passivhaus

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When June 19

Where NRP Innovation Centre, Norwich Research Park, Colney Lane, Norwich

Gareth Selby of Architype is amongst the speakers at this seminar on Passivhaus detailing and using PHPP. 

www.adaptcbe.co.uk

Engineering and interpretation: Gardens by the Bay, Singapore

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When Wednesday 19 June, 6.30pm

Where The Building Centre

Engineers Patrick Bellew of Atelier Ten, Neil Thomas of Atelier One and creative director Peter Higgins of Land Design Studio talk about the creation of Singapore’s waterfront gardens.

www.buildingcentre.co.uk

Volume zero: the work of Charles Correa

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When Friday 21 June, 6.30pm

Where The Nehru Centre, 8 South Audley Street, London

A screeing of a fim about Indian architect Charles Correa revealing his work and influences, held as part of the RIBA’s ‘Out of India Season’.

www.nehrucentre.org.uk

RIBA boat trip

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When Sunday 23 June, 4pm

Where Kew Bridge Pier, Kew Riverside, Cambridge Cottages

The Kingston Branch of the RIBA are hosting a river trip along the Thames from Kew to Hampton Court and back to Kew. Architectural historian Claire Sherriff will talk about Boathouses - the subject of her latest book and councillor Katherine Harbourne will talk about the green strategies and cycling along the Thames.

riba-boat-trip.eventbrite.co.uk

Bristol green capital workshops

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When Wednesday 19 June, 9:30am

Where Arup, 63 St Thomas Street, Bristol

Bristol’s Mayor George Ferguson is a speaker at Arup’s workshop on how community led development is the future of green cities.

biggreenweek.com

 

 

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