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Footprint's 5 things to do this week

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This week’s events include a panel discussion on sustainability in the AJ Small Projects Awards

Over Your Cities Grass Will Grow

Over your cities grass will go

When 11 September, 6pm

Where The Building Centre, Store Street, London

This Engineering Club film night will show the documentary by Sophie Fiennes which looks at the artwork of German artist Anselm Keifer. Keifer took over a derelict silk factory in the south of France and constructed a series of elaborate large scale installations, building a kind of parallel universe containing tunnels, mazes, bridges, towers, studios, columns, and an amphitheatre.


Small Projects Big Green Ambitions

Reception Gallery and Toilets for Ruwenzori Sculpture Foundation by Kilburn Nightingale Architects

Reception Gallery and Toilets for Ruwenzori Sculpture Foundation by Kilburn Nightingale Architects

When 12 September, 6pm

Where Bristol Architecture Centre

The AJ’s sustainability editor Hattie Hartman will chair a panel discussion featuring the three shortlisted practices from the AJ Small Projects Sustainability Award.


EURBAN exhibition


When until 27 September

Where The Building Centre, Store Street, London

EURBAN, the timber design and engineering specialist will be celebrating a decade of more than 100 built works within the UK with an exhibition and series of events at The Building Centre throughout September.


Encircled by Gold

Caroline Dear

When until end of September

Where The Scottish Storytelling Centre, Edinburgh

Caroline Dear worked both as an architect and a landscape architect before leaving practice to concentrate on her artwork. Her work explores the natural world and how we relate to it. The pieces on display at the Malcolm Fraser-designed Storytelling Centre use traditional craftmanship and plants native to the Isle of Skye.


The AJ CPD Portal


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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