The Architectural Association School’s summer exhibition Projects Review is an opportunity to see the drawings, models, designs and minds of an emerging generation of architects.
Hundreds of drawings, models, installations and photographs will be on display in a series of large galleries within the AA’s Georgian buildings alongside large 1:1 working prototypes, interactive media and even performances; all of which provide a snapshot of the latest thinking, experimentation and invention underway within one of the world’s most famous schools of architecture.
Brett Steele, director at the AA School, said: “At the AA School, architecture is pursued as a form of cultural knowledge, learning and enquiry. Year-long design projects and portfolios are the focus of each and every student, design unit and creative programme.
“At the AA we believe that truly great schools don’t just nurture and support architectural talent: they build audiences for the new ideas, out of which new architectural ideas, visions and talent emerge.”
The AA School’s Public Programme continues through the summer in the form of FORMAT; a new, ‘live magazine’ looking at what shapes discourse and culture today. Organised by Shumon Basar FORMAT explores all aspects of discourse from the world of magic and misdirection to philosophy and even the perils of PowerPoint.
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Venue: Architectural Association School of Architecture, 36 Bedford Square, London, WC1B 3ES