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Footprint's 5 things to do this week

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This week’s events include the launch of Angel’s Honey Club at Cullinan Studios and the BCO IntelliBuild Conference

BCO IntelliBuild Conference


When: 21 November, 8.30am – 1.30pm

Where: Arup, 13 Fitzroy Street, London

This half day conference will discuss intelligent buildings within the office sector. It will focus on the elements which make a building intelligent, including smart controls, multi-media communication and wireless infrastructure.


Honey Club

Honey Club

When: 22 November, 5.30pm

Where: Cullinan Studios, 5 Baldwin Terrace, London

Join Edward Cullinan Studios to hear about plans for a Honey Club in Angel. The Honey Club holds bee-themed events where members and young people can learn new skills, exchange ideas and build relationships. Events include honey-tasting, film viewing, cooking, urban gardening and an introduction to bee-keeping.


London Legacy Development Corporation 2012 Annual Lecture Series: Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park: creating a thriving place


When: 22 November, 5.30pm

Where: London South Bank University

This lecture will debate the ambitions and challenges involved in creating Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park as a place for new and existing communities while considering how this is balanced with the increased profile of East London.


Join the debate – Does Passivhaus lead to dull design?

Wimbish Passivhaus by Parsons + Whittley

Carry on the debate from the UK Passivhaus Conference 2012 and add your comments on whether Passivhaus constrains design.


Sustainable projects in the AJ Buildings Library


Take a look at photographs, drawings and details of over 40 BREEAM Excellent projects in the AJ Buildings Library.


Should RIBA have an annual sustainability award?

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