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Max Jourdan: Westway Until 7 September.Photographs of the Westway at Broadbent, 25 Chepstow Corner, W2.Details 020 7229 8811.

Designing out Terrorism for Construction Professionals Tuesday 10 September.A one-day course at the RIBA, 66 Portland Place, W1.Details 020 7307 3697.

50/50: Crowning Achievements: Future Prospects Until 12 September.An exhibition at the Building Centre, 26 Store St, WC1 (020 7692 6209).

Art in the Garden Until 15 September.

Sculpture and installations at Chelsea Physic Garden, 66 Royal Hospital Rd, SW3 (020 7352 5646).

How to Manage Building Design Online Thursday 19 September.An Emap Construct conference in London.

(natalie. rubinstein@emap. com) Cerda: The Barcelona Extension Until 21 September.An exhibition at the RIBA, 66 Portland Place, W1.

Details 0906 302 0400.

England's Lost Houses Until 21 September.An exhibition drawn from the archives of Country Life at Sir John Soane Museum, Lincoln's Inn Fields, WC2 (020 7405 2107).

Winning Designs Until 26 September.

Projects won through RIBA competitions - an exhibition at the RIBA.Details 0906 302 0400.

Gio Ponti Until 6 October.An exhibition at the Design Museum, Shad Thames, SE1 (020 7940 8790).


Ben Nicholson: Drawings and Painted Reliefs Until 22 September.An exhibition at Kettle's Yard, Castle St, Cambridge.Details 01223 352124.

Glass: A Material for the 21st Century Wednesday 25 September.A seminar at the BRE, Garston, Watford.Details Angela Mondiar 01923 664775.

East Midlands

Rosalind Stoddart 1,8,15 September (14.00-18.00) and by appointment.

Sculptures in perspex and metal at the Old Water Tower, Fermyn Woods, Brigstock, Kettering (01536 373469).

RIBA CPD Event: The Party Wall Act 1996 Wednesday 25 September, 16.00.A seminar at Nottingham Forest FC.Details 0121 233 2321.


Partnering in the Supply Chain Tuesday 17 September.A Construction Productivity Network seminar at Durham.Details 020 7222 8891.

North West

Fabrications: New Art & Urban Memory in Manchester 11 September2 November.An exhibition that reflects the changing face of Manchester.At CUBE, 113 Portland St, Manchester (0161 237 5525).

South Eastern

RIBA CPD Event: Standardisation and Preassembly Thursday 12 September, 16.00.A seminar at Le Meridien Hotel, Gatwick.Details 01892 515878.

RIBA CPD Event: CDM Update Thursday 19 September, 16.00.A seminar at the Holiday Inn, Maidstone.Details 01892 515878.

Chris Drury Until 22 September.An exhibition of works made from natural materials at the De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea.Details 01424 787900.

Timber Framing From Scratch 23-29 September.A hands-on course at the Weald & Downland Museum, Singleton, Chichester.Details Diana Rowsell 01243 811464.

Langlands & Bell at Petworth Until 29 September.An exhibition of architecturally based work in Turner's studio at Petworth House, Petworth, West Sussex.Details 01798 342207.


Talking Shape Wednesday 18 September.A conference with Kathryn Findlay, Craig Downie et al at the Theatre Royal, Winchester.

Details 01962 877598.

Douglas Allsop: Seven Sequential Spaces Until 6 October.A series of installations at Southampton City Art Gallery, Civic Centre, Southampton (0123 8083 2769).


Richard Long Until 22 September.An exhibition at the New Art Centre Sculpture Park, Roche Court, East Winterslow, Salisbury.Details 01980 862447.

Poundbury Study Visit Monday 23 September.A visit organised by the Prince's Foundation.Details 020 7613 8535.

City Living 24/7 26-27 September.The National Conference of the Association of Women in Property will take place in Bristol.Details Louise Clements 01208 851188.

West Midlands

RIBA CPD Event: Sandwell Regeneration Thursday 19 September, 13.00.At the Hawthorns, West Bromwich (with the RTPI).Details 0121 233 2321.


RIBA CPD Event: Access Consultancy Training for Architects 10 & 11 September.Details Cathy Poole 0113 245 6250.


The Alchemy of Light Until 7 September.An exhibition at the Hunterian Art Gallery, 82 Hillhead St, Glasgow.Details 0141 330 5431.

Visions in Light: The Architecture of Basil Spence Until 13 September.At the RIAS Gallery, 15 Rutland Sq, Edinburgh.Details 0131 229 7545.

Hiroshi Sugimoto: The Architecture of Time Until 21 September.An exhibition at the Fruitmarket Gallery, 45 Market St, Edinburgh.

Details 0131 225 2383.

Eric Parry Architects: An Eye for the Whole Until 18 October.An exhibition at the Matthew Gallery, 20 Chambers St, Edinburgh.Details 0131 650 8017.

Wales Heritage, Health & Environment: Sustainable Conservation Solutions Friday 13 September.A conference at the Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff University.Details 01582 690187.

RSAW CPD Event: CDM Regulations Monday 16 September, 16.00.At Llanerchaeron, Ciliau Aeron, Nr Aberaeron.Details 029 2087 4753.

RSAW CPD Event: Keeping Out Of Trouble Monday 23 September, 16.00.

At Sketty Hall, Swansea.Details 029 2087 4753.

Northern Ireland

Look Up Belfast: A New Perspective on the City 1-3 October.Belfast's first international built heritage conference.Details 028 9048 7395 or www. lookupbelfast. com International Arne Jacobsen 30 August-12 January 2003 A major retrospective at the Louisiana Museuem, Humlebaek, nr Copenhagen (www. louisiana. dk).

UNStudio: Ben van Berkel/Caroline Bos 1987-2002 Until 15 September.

An exhibition at the NAI, Rotterdam.

Details 003110 4401200.

Image, Use and Heritage: The Reception of Architecture of the Modern Movement 16-19 September.

A Docomomo conference in Paris (contact. adcep@wanadoo. fr).

Study Tour to Rome: Historical Urban Design 18-21 October.An Urban Design Group tour.Cost £380.

Details udsl@udg. org. uk


A conference at the Architectural Association on Saturday 28 September marks the centenary of Ernö Goldfinger's birth. It was the AA that hosted a notable exhibition on Goldfinger in 1983, which James Dunnett curated, and the accompanying monograph, which Dunnett wrote with Gavin Stamp, has not been superceded (£14 from AA Publications).No surprise, then, to find that Dunnett will be speaking at the conference, along with Adrian Forty, Alan Powers, Helen Langley et al; and the day will end with a visit to 2 Willow Road, Goldfinger's Hampstead home, now in the care of the National Trust.Details 01223 366977 (docomomo_uk@yahoo. com)

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