The London school presents four new free exhibitions that explore past, current and future architectural thinkers

Four new exhibitions at the AA School during October, November and December will explore past, current and future architectural thinkers, practitioners and visionaries. 

Highlights include Brussels-based architect 51N4E’s large and intimate projects including transforming ex-Soviet public squares with water and a steel wrapped farmhouse in the exhibition Double or Nothing.

Pop-art architectural thinker Francois Dallegret opens an exhibition of his work including bubble buildings, astrological vehicles and an anarchic sense of fun.

Preston is my Paris, Spam in Chile and Scapegoat in Canada are just some of the 60 international architecture fanzines on show in the Archizines exhibition, illustrating how people around the world relate to their built environment.

Visions of the Future is a chance to witness the work of this year’s AA School Honours students.

Venue: Architectural Association School of Architecture, 36 Bedford Square, London, WC1B 3ES. For more visit the AA School.