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DIARY: London

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Building on Partnering with NEC Monday 8 October. An ICE conference at the RIBA, 66 Portland Place, W1. Details 020 7665 2313.

Expansion Wednesday 10 October, 18.30. An Architecture Foundation discussion chaired by Alain de Botton with speakers including John Pardey. Details 020 7253 3334.

Marble Mania: Sculpture Galleries in England 1640-1840 10 October-22 December. An exhibition at Sir John Soane's Museum, 13 Lincoln's Inn Fields, WC2. Details 0207405 2107.

4x4: Apartment Avant-garde 9 October-28 November. Interactive Japan 2001 exhibiton at the RIBA, 66 Portland Place, W1 (020 7307 3699).

Essential Business Management Training for Architects From Thursday 18 October. Four half-day sessions at the Building Centre, Store St, WC1.

Details 020 7580 3058.

New Architects 2 Until 28 October. An exhibition at the Architecture Foundation, 30 Bury St, SW1. Details 020 7253 3334.

Kathryn Findlay Thursday 8 November, 19.00. An Art & Architecture lecture at The Gallery, 77 Cowcross St, EC1.

Details 01395 514 048.

Design Skills for the New Urban Agenda 21-23 November. A residential short course at the Prince's Foundation, EC2. Details www. princes-foundation. org Home Until 24 November. Fourteen iconic houses: an exhibition at the RIBA. Details 020 7307 3770.

Isamu Noguchi: Sculptural Design Until 18 November. An exhibition at the Design Museum, Shad Thames, SE1. Details 020 7403 6933.

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