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Footprint's 5 things to do this week

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This week’s events include a tour of Henning Stummel Architects’ converted joinery workshop office and an exhibition of Rogers’ work

Richard Rogers: inside out

Richard Rogers

When until 13 October

Where Royal Academy, Burlington Gardens, London

This exhibition celebrates the life and work of Richard Rogers, from his early work as a student, to the Pompidou Centre and the more recent Leadenhall Building.


We made 2012: designing for fun

Pernilla and Asifs Coca Cola pavilion for the London 2012 Olympic Games

When 06 August, 8.30am

Where The Building Centre, Store Street, London

Nicholas Reynolds of Populous, Aran Chadwick from Atelier One, Jason Bruges of Jason Bruges Studio and Florence Lam of Arup, will all come together for this breakfast discussion on creating spaces of ‘fun’ as part of London 2012.


An evening with… Camden Conversion

Henning Stummel

When 07 August, 6pm

Where Henning Stummel Architects, 183 Royal College St, London NW1 0SG

This event organised by Open City gives the opportunity to join architect Henning Stummel and his partner Alice Dawson at their home and office for Henning’s practice Henning Stummel Architects in a converted joinery workshop in north London.


Carolyn Steel on ‘Sitopia: the creative power of food’

hungry city

When 09 August, 7pm

Where Gallery 10, Royal Academy, Burlington Gardens, London

As part of the Royal Academy’s Soapbox talks series Carolyn Steel, author of the 2008 book Hungry City, will speak about the need to re-value food and harness its power to shape our lives for the better in the wake of climate change.


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Take the latest in The AJ’s series of CPDs. Improve your knowledge as a specifier of drainage elements to help manage the risks associated with hygiene and corrosion.





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