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images of Sydney's Olympic Park station (above) are part of a new exhibition at the riba starting next week organised to celebrate the built projects involved in Australia's hosting of the Olympic Games 2000. The station was designed by Ken Maher, Hassell P/L. Maher and fellow project architect Peter Tonkin will be at the opening of the show at the Architecture Gallery on 16 September. 'Sydney 2000 Olympic Design of the New Millennium' will also feature large-scale working models, original drawings and photographs of all the Olympic building designs. The Australian experience is also in evidence at the riba on 14 September when some of the leading architects involved will be talking about their schemes, and on 21 September with 'The Future of Stadia Debate'. Participants include Rob Sheard of hok+lobb and Simon Inglis, leading author on stadia. The debate will be chaired by Chris Palmer, marking a return to Portland Place from his job as communications director of Wembley Stadium.

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