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Architecture Week, running from 5 to 14 November this year, is to move to June for 2000 to take advantage of any sunny weather. This year's event, Designing our Future, includes 'STARchitect' talks by Richard Meier, Zaha Hadid and Daniel Libeskind, and children will be invited to redesign the South Bank Centre. There will also be polls of favourite buildings and another on those people would most like to see burned. Old favourites like Open Practice will continue. For details contact Claire Pollock or Jo Lewis, who are keen to raise the profile of the regions. tel, 0207 973 6436 - or see www.archweek.co.uk.

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