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The week ahead



Living in the City in the 90s: The Architecture Foundation series continues with a look at the last decade: Writer Biyi Bandele, architect Adam Caruso and film-maker Beeban Kidron do the talking.

Architecture Foundation, London.

Details (020) 7839 9389.

Every day

Wembley Stadium tour: An opportunity to get a player's view of England's most famous sports venue before it is knocked down later this year. Details: (020) 875 5733.

31 January

Why Buildings Collapse: Overload. Technology - friend or foe? C4 asks in the final engineering disasters programmes. Answers are sought with reference to the catastrophic failure of a Seoul high rise building and the Heathrow Express tunnel collapse.

8.00pm, Channel 4

1 February-12 March

Living in the City: an exhibition of designs for future living. 13 architectural practices including Alsop & Stormer and Renzo Piano address issues of changing working and living standards. Organised by the Architecture Foundation with cutting edge computer graphics promised.

Design Museum, London

Details (020) 7839 9389

Until 3 February

Civil engineering replaces Manchester gallery Cube's normal offerings of contemporary arts and architecture with an exhibition of projects entered for this year's ICE North Western Association Merit Award.

Cube, Portland Street, Manchester.

Details (0161) 237 5525

4 February-23 March

Emerging Architecture: Work by a pack of young bloods from the international architectural arena.

RIBA Architecture Gallery, 66 Portland Place, London. Details (020) 7307 3770.

Until 6 February

Amazons of the Avant-Garde: Paintings and drawings from post-revolutionary Russia. The women shown formed part of the artistic cutting edge concerned with expressing new technological and social values.

The Royal Academy of Arts, London.

Details (020) 7300 5959

8 February

The Museum of Scotland and its Genesis: Architects Benson & Forsyth talk about the project. 6.30, RIBA, 66 Portland Place, London. Details (020) 7307 3770

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