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The telephone number for the 'Design & Seafood' stall in last week's Outlook should have been 01634 401166. Also last week, in Legal Matters the abbreviation cpr was wrongly explained. It stands for Civil Procedure Rules.

A call to any aj readers who wish to participate in Open Urban Picnic. The event was launched during London's Design Week, 20 to 26 September, acting as a satellite exhibition and counterbalance to the predominantly commercially led exhibitions.

Open Urban Picnic invited eight design teams to produce installations that responded to the erosion of public space in the city. Accompanying the installations were 60 picnic-box sized works form artists to musicians commenting on the right to picnic in the city. The exhibition's next stop will be the Deutsche Architectur Zentrum in Berlin, July 2000. A converted warehouse that houses artists and architecture studios, the DAZ is a lively and active alternative to Britain's RIBA. We are inviting architects to get involved in the next stage of this project by designing a picnic box sized piece of work that questions issues of urban regeneration. Any interested parties please contact, Urban strategies on 0171 737 4290 or Artery on 0171 346 8825.

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