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London New Designers 2000 13-16 July. An exhibition at the Business Design Centre, 52 Upper St, N1. Details 020 7359 3535.

It's a Gas/On the Road 13 July-3 September. Two transport-related exhibtions at the Architecture Foundation, 30 Bury St, SW1. Details 020 7839 9389.

Force Fields: Phases of the Kinetic 13 July-17 September. The latest exhibition at the Hayward Gallery, South Bank, SE1, designed by Hudson Featherstone. Details 020 7960 4242.Blink, Think, Wink Until 22 July.

'Images that evoke a special value in architecture.' At Mission, 45 Hereford Rd, W2 (020 7229 2292).

AAProjects Review 99/00 Until 28 July. The Architectural Association end-of-year show at 36 Bedford Sq, WC1. Details 020 7887 4111.

Soane's Favourite Subject Until 30 July. An exhibition at the newly reopened Dulwich Picture Gallery, College Rd, SE21 (020 8693 5254).Karin Apollonia Muller Until 30 July.

Photographs of Los Angeles at the Photographers'Gallery, 5 Great Newport St, WC2 (020 7831 1772).

Housing Design Awards Until 5 August. An exhibition at the RIBA, 66 Portland Place, W1 (020 7307 3770).

Business Management Training for Architects From 6 September. A course comprising six half-day sessions. Details 020 7580 3058.

Discounts for early booking.

Adam's Castles Until 16 September. An exhibition at Sir John Soane's Museum, 13 Lincoln's Inn Fields, WC2. Details 020 7405 2107.

Building a New Home Until 24 September. Drawings and photographs from the collections of the RIBA and the V&A. At the V&A, Cromwell Rd, SW7 (020 7942 2000).

Intelligence Until 24 September. Work by 20 contemporary British artists at Tate Britain, Millbank, SW1. Details 020 7887 8000.

Knut Asdam Until 1 October. An exhibition of architectural photographs at Tate Britain, Millbank, SE1. Details 020 7887 8000.Buckminster Fuller: Your Private Sky

Until 15 October. An exhibition at the Design Museum, Shad Thames, SE1. Details 020 7403 6933.

Eastern RIBA CPD Event: Vectorworks (MiniCAD) Course 18-19 July. At the Department of Architecture, Cambridge University. Details 01223 461458.

RIBA CPD Event: Church Inspections

Thursday 20 July. At New Hall, Cambridge, with visit to Haslingfield Church. Details 01223 461458.

Basic Maintenance of Historic Buildings Tuesday 1 August. A CPD craft day at Cressing Temple, Witham, Essex. Details 01245 437672.

The Age of Wilkins: The Architecture of Improvement Until 13 August. An exhibition at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Trumpington St, Cambridge. Details 01223 332900.

Timber Conversion: Turning Trees into Timber Framed Buildings Tuesday 29 August. A CPD craft day at Cressing Temple, Witham (01245 437672).

The Norman Foster Studio: Exploring the City Until 10 September. An exhibition at the Sainsbury Centre, UEA, Norwich. Details 01603 593199.

RIBA CPD Event: Construction Law and Liability Update Thursday 21 September. A half-day seminar at New Hall, Cambridge. Details 01223 461458.

East Midlands Rosalind Stoddart Until 17 September.

An exhibition of sculpture at the Elizabethan Lyveden New Bield near Oundle. Details 01832 205358.

Northern Urban Lifestyles: Cities in the New Millennium 14-16 September. An international conference at Newcastle upon Tyne. Details 0191 216 0569.

North West RIBA CPD Event: Planning Supervisor Update Wednesday 19 July.

At the Civic Centre, Knutsford.

Details Belinda Irlam-Mowbray 01565 652927.RIBA CPD Event: Visit to Earth Centre

Wednesday 16 August. Details 01565 652927.

The Architecture of Democracy Until 24 September. An exhibition of parliamentary designs at CUBE, 113 Portland St, Manchester. Details 0161 237 5525.

Southern Enclosed and Enchanted 16 July-8 October. An exploration of landscape architecture at the Museum of Modern Art, Pembroke St, Oxford. Details 01865 813830.

Intelligent Buildings: Design Management 24-28 July. A course at Reading University. Details Alan Brooker 0118 931 6254.

Sculpture and the Divine 29 July-31 August. Contemporary and historic sculpture at Winchester Cathedral.

Details 01962 877598.

Wessex Poltimore Remade Until 14 July. An exhibition of designs for Poltimore House, Devon.At the Architecture Centre, Narrow Quay, Bristol.Details 0117 922 1540.DENNI Alison Wilding Until 28 August. Recent sculpture at Roche Court, East Winterslow, Salisbury. Details 01980 862244.

Yorkshire Incisions, Recesses 26 July-24 August.

Drawings and small sculptures by Joanna Mowbray at the Bruton Gallery, Trafalgar House, 29 Park Place, Leeds. Details 01132 422 323.

Scotland Collecting Cities Until 15 July. A Patrick Geddes exhibition at the Talbot Rice Gallery, Old College, South Bridge, Edinburgh.University of Edinburgh Summer Show

Until 20 July. Work by final-year students at the Matthew Architecture Gallery, 20 Chambers St, Edinburgh (0131 650 2342).Degree Show Highlights Until 28 July.

At the Glasgow School of Art, 167 Renfrew St, Glasgow. Details 0141 353 4538.

Philippe Starck 12 August-4 September. An exhibition of 30 items of furniture and lighting at Inhouse, 28 Howe St, Edinburgh. Details 0131 225 2888.

Elemental Traces: The Glasshouse Experience Until 18 September. An exhibition at the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh. Details 0131 552 7171.

Wales Just Another Day: Wales at the Turn of the Millennium Until 22 July. An exhibition at Ffotogallery, 31 Charles St, Cambridge. Cardiff. Details 01222 341667.

Future Perfect Until 28 August. An exhibition on how architects imagined the future. At the Centre for Visual Arts, Working St, Cardiff.

Details 02920 388 922.

International James Turrell Until 18 July. An exhibition by the American light artist at the Fondation Electricite de France, Espace Electra. 6 rue Recamier, Paris.

Bridging the Worlds of Buildings and Bytes 9-12 September. The International Development & Research Council World Congress at the SAS Hotel, Copenhagen. Details Charlotte Freeman 020 7734 1252.

Desert Until 5 November. An exhibition at Jean Nouvel's Fondation Cartier, 261 Boulevard Raspail, Paris (00331 42 18 56 51). l47

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