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Linked: Graeme Miller Throughout the summer.A ‘trail of sound’ linking locations along the M11 between Hackney Marshes and Redbridge.

Details www.LINKEDM11. net City Design Show 2-3 August,12.0017.00.Work from the LSE Cities Programme at The Gallery, 77 Cowcross St, EC1.

Imaging London Until 8 August.

Work by David Adjaye and others at Houldsworth,33 Cork St, W1.

Details 020 7434 2333.

RIBA Competitions Winning Designs Until 23 August.An exhibition at the RIBA,66 Portland Place, W1.Details 020 7307 3770.

Simon Conder: Small Works 1994-2003 Until 30 August.An exhibition at the RIBA,66 Portland Place, W1.Details 020 7307 3770.

Housing Design Awards 2003 Until 30 August.An exhibition at the RIBA,66 Portland Place, W1 (020 7307 3659).

Painting Light: Italian Divisionism 1885-1910 Until 7 September.

An exhibition at the Estorick Collection,39a Canonbury Sq, N1.

Details 020 7704 9522.

The PLASA Show 7-10 September.

The Professional Lighting and Sound Association exhibition at Earls Court.

Details 0870 1260241.

Biomimicry: How to Benefit from 3.8 Billion Years of Research and Development Tuesday 16 September, 17.30.A CIEF lecture on the work of architect Eugene Tsui.At the Royal College of Physicians, NW1.Details 020 7222 8891.

4-part Essential Business Management Course 18 September-30 October.

Run by Colander at the Building Centre, WC1.Details Caroline Cole 020 8771 6445.

Bob the Roman’: Heroic Antiquity & The Architecture of Robert Adam Until 27 September.At Sir John Soane’s Museum,13 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, WC2.

Details 020 7440 4263.

Thinking Outside the Box: The European Hotel Design Conference Thursday 30 October.At the Royal Lancaster Hotel.

Details 020 7505 8614.


Exodus Until 3 August .Victorian photographs of the Sinai desert and work by contemporary artists.An exhibition at Kettle’s Yard, Castle St, Cambridge.Details 01223 352124.

Lime Plaster Thursday 7 August.

A one-day workshop at Cressing Temple.Details Pauline Hudspith 01245 437672.

Access to Historic Buildings Tuesday 19 August.A one-day seminar on the Disability Discrimination Act.

At Cressing Temple.Details Pauline Hudspith 01245 437672.

Sainsbury Centre 25th Anniversary Exhibition Until 31 August.At the Sainsbury Centre, University of East Anglia, Norwich.Details 01603 593199.

Paint and Historic Buildings Tuesday 16 September.A one-day seminar at Cressing Temple.Details Pauline Hudspith 01245 437672.

East Midlands

Making a Move Until 7 September.

An exhibition of kinetic art at Nottingham Castle.Details 0115 915 3684.

North West

Making Manchester 1990-2003 Until 23 August.Photographs by Len Grant at CUBE,113 Portland St, Manchester.Details 0161 237 5525.

Paul Nash: Modern Artist, Ancient Landscape Until19 October.An exhibition at Tate Liverpool, Albert Dock, Liverpool.Details 0151 702 7402.

Arts and Crafts Metalwork Until 2 November.An exhibition at Baillie Scott’s restored Blackwell, Bownesson-Windermere.Details 015394 46139.

The Impossible View Until 11 January 2004.An exhibition of panoramic paintings and photographs at The Lowry, Salford Quays.Details 0161 876 2020.


John Hinde’s Butlin’s Photographs Until 31 August.An exhibition at Milton Keynes Gallery,900 Midsummer Boulevard, Milton Keynes.Details 01908 676 900.

Back in Shape: British Sculpture from 1975-1995 Until 7 September.An exhibition at Southampton City Art Gallery, Civic Centre, Southampton.

Details 023 8083 2277.

South East

RIBA CPD Event: Contracts and Disputes Thursday 18 September.

At Le Meridien Hotel, Gatwick.Details 01892 515878.


Westonbirt International Festival of Gardens Throughout the summer.

The UK’s alternative to Chaumont at the National Arboretum, Westonbirt, Tetbury, Glos.

David Nash, Philip Medley Until 28 September.Exhibitions at the New Art Centre and Sculpture Park, Roche Court, East Winterslow, Salisbury.

Details 01980 862244.

West Midlands

George Shaw Until 14 September.

Paintings based on Coventry’s Tile Hill estate at the Ikon Gallery, Brindleyplace, Birmingham.

Details 0121 248 0708.


States of America Until 9 August.

Photographs by Michael Ormerod at the Graves Art Gallery, Surrey St, Sheffield.Details 0114 278 2600.

Sculpture from Fascist Italy Until 31 August.At the HMI, The Headrow, Leeds.Details 0113 246 7467.

In Good Form: Recent Sculpture from the Arts Council Collection Until 19 October.An exhibition at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Bretton Hall.Details 01924 830302.


The Hidden Gardens, Glasgow Now open to visitors, Tues-Sun 10.00-20.00.

At the rear of Tramway, Albert Drive, Glasgow.Details 0845 330 3501.

Emerging Architecture 3 Until10 August.Austrian architecture at The Lighthouse,11 Mitchell Lane, Glasgow.Details 0141 225 8414.

100 Houses for 100 Architects Until 17 August.An exhibition at The Lighthouse,11 Mitchell Lane, Glasgow.Details 0141 225 8414.

The North Holyrood Site Until 24 August.An exhibition at The Lighthouse,11 Mitchell Lane, Glasgow.Details 0141 225 8414.

Common-Place: Architecture on the Fringe Until 29 August.An exhibition at the RFACS,146 Canongate, Edinburgh.Details 0131 556 6699.

2003 CIBSE/ASHRAE Conference:

Building Sustainability, Value and Profit 24-26 September.At Edinburgh.

Details 0208 772 3660.

Robert Stewart: Design 1946-95 Until1 November.An exhibition at the Glasgow School of Art, Renfrew St, Glasgow.Details 0141 353 4500.


Thomas Jones: An Artist Rediscovered Until 10 August.An exhibition at the National Museum & Gallery, Cathays Park, Cardiff.Details 029 2039 7951.

International UDG Study Tour to Copenhagen 11-14 September.Cost £430.With lectures and visits.Details Susie Turnbull udsl@udg. org. uk

The Architect’s Studio: Renzo Piano Until 28 September.An exhibition at the Louisiana Museum, Humlebaek, nr Copenhagen.Details www. louisiana. dk

Information for inclusion should be sent to Andrew Mead at The Architects’Journal at least two weeks before publication.


Artist and poet Ian Hamilton Finlay has given his celebrated Stonypath garden to The Little Sparta Trust, to preserve it in the future, including all the works that Finlay has made there with various collaborators during the past 30 years.

The trust needs to raise £500,000 towards conservation and maintenance - donations should be made to The Little Sparta Trust,6 Darnaway Street, Edinburgh EH3 6BG (Details from Jessie Sheeler 01556 640244). The garden, near Dunsyre, is open Thurs-Sat 14.30-17.30 until the end of September.

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