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Footprint's 5 things to do this week

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This week’s events include an a talk discussing BIG’s designs for a waste-to-energy plant in Copenhagen

Re-engineering the city


When: 11 March, 5.30pm

Where: Deloitte, 2 New Street Square, London

A evening of networking with speakers including: Kate Terriere of Deloitte, Judith Britnell of Oxford Brooks University, and Miriam Hunt from the Welsh School of Architecture.


The impact of design and technology on environments


When: 12 March, 4.30 - 6pm

Where: The Building Centre

This event will discuss how university experts can work with the architecture, design and landscape sectors. Speakers include Pat Brown, director of Landscape Interface Studio and Dr Steve Pretlove of Archilab.


UCL energy seminar: DECC putting people into energy


When: 13 March, 5.30pm

Where: UCL, Central House, 14 Upper Woburn Place

Adam Cooper, head of social science engagement for DECC will discuss the importance of social sciences and how understanding people is a fundamental and essential part of developing energy or climate policy that works.


Pushing boundaries: BIG


When: March 14, 6.30pm

Where: Manchester Metropolitan Business School, Oxford Road, Manchester

David Zahle of BIG will discuss their project - the Amagerforbrænding; Copenhagen’s new waste-to-energy plant which has a roof that doubles as a ski slope.


The working village: A live think-tank exploring the making of a radical entrepreneurial village


When: 14 March, 6pm

Where: Architectural Association, 36 Bedford Square, London

A cross-disciplinary panel will consider the proposal for an entrepreneurial working village by Darryl Chen of Tomorrows Thoughts Today.



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