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Footprint's 5 things to do this week

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This week’s events include an exhibition of Antarctic architecture

Ice lab: new architecture and science in Antarctica

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When 26 Jul – 02 Oct

Where The Lighthouse Gallery, Glasgow

This exhibition featuring five designs for Antarctic research stations will illustrate how innovative architecture is enabling scientists to live and work in one of the most extreme environments on our planet.

www.thelighthouse.co.uk

We made 2012: beyond utility

When 31 July, 8.30am

Where The Building Centre, Store Street, London

This event will discuss the landscape and infrastructure of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

www.buildingcentre.co.uk

King’s Cross renaissance

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When 03 August, 10am

Where meet outside the German Gymnasium, 26 Pancras Road, N1C 4TB

This walking tour led by Maggie Baddeley, senior associate director at NLP, will explore the regeneration of King’s Cross. The development consists of a combination of 20 historic and 30 new buildings set in new streets, squares and parks.

open-city.org.uk

Sustainability in architectural education

Part 2 students learn about straw bale construction at the Centre for Alternative Technology

Read the latest AJ Footprint feature on sustainability in architectural education.

www.architectsjournal.co.uk

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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