London Backpassages of Spitalfields Sundays 19 & 26 August, 18.30. A walk led by Alternative Arts.Meet outside Liverpool St Station (Bishopsgate entrance).Details 020 7375 0441.
Dan Flavin 24 August-23 September.
Flavin's light works are on show at the Serpentine Gallery, Kensington Gardens, W2.Details 020 7298 1515.
Mies van der Rohe Award 2001 Until 26 August. An exhibition at the Architecture Foundation, 30 Bury St, SW1.Details 020 7253 3334.
Seaside Madness: American Atlantic Coast Resorts Until 1 September.
Photographs by John Margolies at the Building Centre, 26 Store St, WC1.Details 020 7692 6209.
The (Ideal) Home Show Until 8 September. Household objects reinterpreted by Rachel Whiteread, Richard Wilson etc at Gimpel Fils, 30 Davies St, W1 (020 7493 2488).
UDAL Annual Lecture: William Mitchell Monday 17 September, 18.00. At the ICE, SW1.Details Paul Selby 020 7665 2221.
Living Architecture 2001 20 September, 09.30. A conference on 'model neighbourhoods' at St Mary & St Joseph's Church, Lansbury Estate, Upper North St, E14.Details 020 7253 3334.
SPAB Open Lime Day Saturday 22 September. At SPAB's Georgian headquarters, 37 Spital Sq, E1.
Details 020 7377 1644.
CIRIA Annual Contaminated Land Conference Tuesday 25 September. At the Royal College of Physicians, 11 St Andrew's Place, NW1.Details fax 020 7222 0445.
Marketing Construction Products on the Internet Wednesday 26 September. A conference at the ICE, SW1.Details 020 7505 8614.
Docklands at 20 Tuesday 2 October.
A BCO conference on London Docklands at ExCel, E16.Details 01722 339811.
Exploring the City: The Foster Studio Until 7 October. An exhibition of past and current projects at the British Museum, Great Russell St, WC1.
Details 020 7323 8000.
Isamu Noguchi: Sculptural Design Until 18 November. An exhibition at the Design Museum, Shad Thames, SE1.Details 020 7403 6933.
Eastern Textural Space Until 2 September. An exhibition of Japanese textile artists at the Sainsbury Centre, University of East Anglia.
Hydraulic Limes Conference Thursday 6 September. At the BRE, Garston, near Watford.Details Angela Mondair 01923 664775.
Light Spells / Winifred Nicholson Until 23 September. Two exhibitions at Kettle's Yard, Castle St, Cambridge.
Details 01223 352124.
Northern Shona Illingworth: Pilot Until 26 August. An exhibition at Berwick Gymnasium Gallery, Berwick-uponTweed.Details 01289 304493.
Transformation to Sustainable Planning 29-31 August. An international conference at the Civic Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne.Details 0191 227 3500.
The Glass Apartment Until 3 September. An exhibition of glass furniture etc at the National Glass Centre, Liberty Way, Sunderland.
North West Hugo Hõring Until 4 September. An exhibition curated by Peter Blundell Jones at CUBE, 113 Portland St, Manchester.Details 0161 237 5525.
End Users: Graham Parker Until 4 September. An installation exploring the interaction of architecture and art at CUBE, 113 Portland St, Manchester.Details 0161 237 5525.
Southern Andrew Cross, Dan Holdsworth Until 1 September. Photographs of urban outskirts, public spaces, etc at the John Hansard Gallery, University of Southampton (023 8059 2158).
Experiment ExperiÛncia Until 21 October. An exhibition of post-war Brazilian art at the Museum of Modern Art, Pembroke St, Oxford.Details 01865 722733.
New Wave: Icon Buildings and the Regeneration of Coastal Towns Friday 21 September. A conference at Hastings.Details 01892 507251.
South West Antony Gormley, Martin Smith Until 2 September. Exhibitions of sculpture and ceramics at Tate St Ives.Details 01736 796226.
Wessex Daphne Wright Until 23 September. An installation in Munkenbeck + Marshall's gallery at Roche Court, East Winterslow, near Salisbury.
Details 01980 862244.
Works of Worship Until 7 October.
A photographic exhibition on the work of medieval craftsmen at the NMRC, Kemble Drive, Swindon.
Details 01793 414797.
Nils Norman: Geocruiser 25-27 August. A bus redesigned according South Eastern West Midlands to ecological principles.At Oozells Square, Brindleyplace, Birmingham.
Details 0121 248 0708.
Birmingham Until 2 September. An exhibition of artists' responses to Birmingham at the Ikon Gallery, Brindleyplace, Birmingham.Details 0121 248 0708.
The Architecture Foundation Tuesday 4 September, 19.30. Haruo Morishima discusses the Foundation's aims at Moorlands House, Stockwell St, Leek.Details 01538 373477.
UDAL Annual Conference: Urban Visions Thursday 20 September.
Speakers include Mark Whitby and Les Sparks.At Birmingham.Details 020 7881 1847.
Yorkshire Lime Week 22-25 October. How to use lime in repair and conservation work - a course at the University of York.Details 01904 433963.
Scotland Satoshi Watanabe: Hidden Landscapes Until 25 August. An exhibition at Glasgow School of Art, 167 Renfrew St, Glasgow.Details 0141 353 4500.
Architects of Air: Arcazaar Until 27 August. An inflatable 'cathedral' at Festival Square, Edinburgh.Details www. architects-of-air. com Why Didn't They Build? Until 31 August. An exhibition at the RIAS, 15 Rutland Sq, Edinburgh.Details 0131 229 7545.
Architecture on the Fringe Until 1 September. An exhibition at the RFACS, 146 Canongate, Edinburgh.
Details 0131 556 6699.
Trauma Until 2 September. An international mixed-media exhibition at Dundee Contemporary Arts.Details 01382 606220.
Introduction to Project Extranets for Architects Tuesday 18 September. A half-day seminar at the Glasgow Marriott Hotel (020 7505 8614).
Hill House Project Until 31 October.
An installation by Keiko Mukaide in and around Mackintosh's Hill House, Helensburgh.Details 01273 674692.
International Jean ProuvÚ et Paris Until 31 August.
An exhibition at the Pavillon de l'Arsenal, 21 bvd Morland, Paris.
Details 00331 42763128.
JJP Oud - Philip Johnson: A Dialogue Until 9 September. An exhibition at the NAI, Rotterdam.Details 003110 440 1200.
10th International Chaumont Garden Festival Until 21 October. At Chaumont-sur-Loire.Details 00332 5420 9922.