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Footprint's 5 things to do this week

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This week’s events include the first in a series of talks from the 2012 ar+d Emerging Architecture Awards winners and another from Wolfgang Feist

Wolfgang Feist Passivhaus talk

Wolfgang Feist passivhaus

When: 5 February, 5pm

Where: Thomas Paine Building, University of East Anglia, Norwich

Founder of the Passivhaus Institute, Wolfgang Feist will talk about different building types, supply chains and practices across Europe offering a chance for questions with regard to the UK context of Passivhaus.


On-site Renewables


When: 7 February, 8am

Where: Gardiner & Theobald, 10 South Crescent, London, WC1E 7BD

The BCO’s Environmental Sustainability Group will take a look at the recently published BCO On-Site Renewables report. The report is a follow up to the 2007 report on Greater London Assembly’s target for achieving emissions reductions through on-site renewables.


Emerging Architecture


When: Tuesday 5 February, 6.30pm

Where: The RIBA, 66 Portland Place, London W1B 1AD

2012 ar+d Emerging Architecture Awards winners and highly commended entrants, will be presenting their projects and approach to architecture; with Joshua Bolchover and John Lin from Rural Urban Framework and Langarita-Navarro Architects.




Take the latest in the series of CPD’s from the Lead Sheet Association. It covers rolled lead sheet finishes to flat and pitched roofs, including fixings, gutters and ventilation details.


Green Deal

Green Deal

Following on from last week’s launch of the government’s flagship energy efficiency scheme, catch up on what the Green Deal means for architects.


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