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30.10.08

Professor Alan Short and the Cambridge University Martin Centre Conferences 2008/2009 – a highly recommended series of round-table conferences but space is very limited so you would need to apply to the university for an invitation to attend.

Friday 17th October

Conference 1: The Big Picture: Environmental Issues & Policy Responses

Scroope Boardroom

(Climate Change, Professor Hans Graf will deliver his lecture on Wednesday 15th October, 2.15am, Boardroom)

30.10.08

6 October, 2008

By Michael Willoughby

Michael Willoughby went to visit Bere Architecture’s Muse, a proto-PassivHaus in Newington Green, east London, with his camera.

06.09.08

OPEN HOUSE GREEN SKY STUDIOS EVENT AT THE MUSE, ISLINGTON, LONDON, 26TH SEPTEMBER 2008

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND BOOKING A PLACE REFER TO THE OPEN HOUSE WEBSITE  www.openhouse.org.uk/sustainability/index.html  

bere:architects are hosting an event at Justin Bere’s own ecological house which also contains an office of ten full time architectural staff. The morning will consist of three modules as follows:

02.08.08

bere:architects’ recently completed cycle shelters are now featured on the Docklands Light Railway website. The new shelters at Shadwell and Gallion’s Reach stations are the first to be delivered as part of the DLR’s aim to provide high quality cycle parking at all of its stations. Visit the link for more information.

http://developments.dlr.co.uk/enhancements/cycle/index.asp

27.07.08

At last I feel as if my plans for a little nature reserve in the middle of London are coming to fruition!

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25.07.08

Justin Bere was interviewed for Dark Waters, RIBA London’s entry to the London Festival of Architecture 2008.

Click Here and listen to Justin’s interview

“Dark Waters is a an RIBA London exhibition, co-curated with Peter Ackroyd and the Dark Waters project team, about rebuilding an ancient relationship with the Thames and an exploration of the nature of the connections that result. “

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