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Until Sun 7 April: Bristol Architecture Centre: "After the Party: The Legacy of Celebration"

"With the year of the Diamond Jubilee and Olympic Games behind us, this exhibition explores the legacy of celebration.

"Drawing on the RIBA’s own collections, it presents events from the past alongside a preview of our own 2012 legacy projects, including the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, due to open in July 2013. The exhibition not only charts the creation of some of the world’s most extraordinary structures but also considers how such places are sustained once the 'party is over'. It includes interventions that have had a lasting urban impact, transforming entire cities, alongside others that provide more cautionary tales.

"The exhibition presents an unmissable opportunity to see some remarkable architectural models from the summer's Olympic Games: the London 2012 Olympic Stadium by Populous, London Aquatics Centre by Zaha Hadid Architects, London 2012 Velodrome by Hopkins Architects and The Copper Box (Handball Arena) by Make Architects will all be displayed in the Architecture Centre gallery.

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