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Soane's Favourite Subject 25 May-30 July. An exhibition at the newly reopened Dulwich Picture Gallery, College Rd, SE21 (020 8693 5254).

Isaac Julien Friday 2 June, 19.00. A lecture at the AA, 36 Bedford Sq, WC1. Details 020 7887 4111.

The Landscape Ahead: Disaster or Utopia? 2-4 June. An international conference at the AA. Details 020 7887 4011.

Bauhaus Dessau: Architecture Until 4 June. An exhibition at the Design Museum, Shad Thames, SE1. Details 020 7403 6933.

Hawksmoor Monday 5 June, 12 noon. A lecture by Pierre de la Ruffiniere du Prey at the Courtauld Institute, Somerset House. (020 7848 2636).

RIBANet Conference Thursday 8 June, 18.30. A live demonstration at Sheppard Robson, 77 Parkway, NW1. Details 020 7813 9086.

Sir Neil Cossons Thursday 8 June, 19.00. A lecture at the AA, 36 Bedford Sq, WC1 (020 7887 4000).

Niall McLaughlin Until 9 June. An exhibition at The Bartlett, 22 Gordon St, WC1. Details 020 7679 7504.

Rem Koolhaas Friday 9 June, 18.30. A lecture at the AA, 36 Bedford Sq, WC1 (020 7887 4000).

Tectonic Until 11 June. An exhibition at the Crafts Council Gallery, 44a Pentonville Rd, N1 (020 7278 7700).

Landscape 2000 13-15 June. At Earls Court 2. Details 020 7370 8908.

Architectural Science: Vision and Reality Thursday 15 June. The tenth Architectural Research Forum at the Design Museum, SE1. Details Christopher Powell 01222 874430.

On Limits as Links: The Covered Plaza by Carlos Raul Villanueva Until 16 June. An exhibition at the AA, 36 Bedford Sq, WC1 (020 7887 4000).

Tomato: A World, A World Until 16 June. An installation at the Architectural Association, 36 Bedford Sq, WC1 (020 7887 4000).

London Living City Until 9 July. An exhibition at the RIBA, 66 Portland Place, W1. Details 020 7307 3770.

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