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Footprint's 5 things to do this week

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This week’s events include the annual AECB Conference and an exhibition showcasing the work of architects in London 2012

The Green Deal: six months on

Green Deal

When 8 July, 9am

Where Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre, 108 Stamford Street, London, SE1 9NH

A half-day conference exploring the success of the government’s flagship energy efficiency scheme, the Green Deal, six months after its launch.

www.ukgbc.org

We Made 2012

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When 9 July - 15 August

Where The Building Centre, Store Street, London

An exhibition showcasing the architectural and engineering achievements of the Olympic Games.

www.buildingcentre.co.uk

AECB Conference

AECB Conference case study: Private house by Jon Broome Architects

When 12 - 13 July

Where Norcroft Centre, University of Bradford, Bradford

This annual conference will feature talks on Passivhaus, indoor air quality, sustainable water strategies, ecology, and environmental building materials and methods. The AJ’s sustainability Hattie Hartman will open the conference with a talk entitled ‘Mainstreaming Green Design’.

http://www.aecb.net/featured/aecb-conference-2013/

United Micro Kingdoms

United Micro Kingdoms

When until 26 August

Where Design Museum

This exhibition put together by Dunne & Raby presents perspectives on a fictional future for the United Kingdom. The exhibition sees England devolved into four self-contained counties, each free to experiment with governance, economy and lifestyle.

designmuseum.org

 

The AJ CPD Portal

ACO CPD

Take the latest in The AJ’s series of CPDs. Improve your knowledge as a specifier of drainage elements to help manage the risks associated with hygiene and corrosion.

www.architectsjournal.co.uk

 

 

 

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