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Footprint's 5 things to do this week

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This week’s events include London Festival of Architecture and SEDA’s AGM

London Festival of Architecture

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When 1 June – 30 June

Where Various locations around London

A month long, London-wide exploration of architecture opens this week. See the website for all the events.

www.londonfestivalofarchitecture.org

SEDA Conference & AGM 2013: Designing for Health & Well-being

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When 31 May -1 June

Where Phoenix Centre, Newton Dee Village, Bieldside, Aberdeen

In tribute to and celebration of SEDA co-founder Howard Liddell, this year’s SEDA conference will look at how design promotes well-being and can affect health – not just in terms of buildings but also in the wider ecological context.

www.seda.uk.net

Visit Grow Up Box

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When 25 May – 29 September, Weekends and Bank Holidays  10am -6pm

Where Marlborough Playground, Union Street, London

The crowd-source funded Grow Up Box is an urban aquaponic farm and a model for commercial urban farming.  It grows herbs and salad in water tanks that are fertilized by fish fed on sustainable fish food.

growup.org.uk

Building Tour – The Crystal by Wilkinson Eyre Architects

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When 29 May, 6.30pm - 7.30pm

Where The Crystal, Western Gateway, London

Architect Sebastian Ricard of Wilkinson Eyre Architects is giving a guided tour of Siemens’s low-energy exhibition-cum-conference centre. Organised by the AIA UK Chapter.

www.aiauk.org

Doing Architectural Education Differently - CAT Architecture Exhibition

CAT Birmingham exhibition

When Until 10 June, 10.00am - 4.00pm weekdays only

Where NEST (Glenn Howells Architects), 321 Bradford Street, Birmingham

Students on the Centre for Alternative Technology’s Part 2 course are exhibiting their work at the offices of Glen Howells Architects.

www.architectsjournal.co.uk

 

 

 

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