1. Changing Spaces
Five photographers capture the changing nature of urban space in this new exhibition, featuring the work of Laura Braun, Isidro Ramirez and Simon Rowe.
Until 21 June at Photofusion, 17A Electric Lane, London SW9 8LA
2. Ken Shuttleworth with Wayne Hemingway
Attend this discussion at the Hay Festival of Literature, where founder of Make Architects Ken Shuttleworth will speak with Wayne Hemingway, the sustainable designer whose recent projects include the Staiths South Bank housing development in Tyneside.
27 May, 13:00, Hay Festival of Literature, Hay-on-Wye
3. RIBA Book Awards
The RIBA International Book Awards 2008 will be announced at this invitation-only event in London.
6:30-9:00pm, 28 May at The Athenaeum, The Garden Room, 107 Pall Mall, London, SW1Y 5ER
4. Public Markets
Pick up Helen Tangires’ new book on the history of the public market, which includes over 800 historical photographs and architectural drawings of urban marketplaces.
Released 30 May, £42.00. Published by W.W. Norton & Company.
5. Fiona Wong
Experience the captivating copper orchids, porcelain angels and terracotta sandals created by this intriguing Hong Kong sculptor.
Until 3 August at Harewood House Trust, Hawewood, Leeds LS17 9LG