Architectural Association School of Architecture College & University

Architectural Association School of Architecture

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About us

Unique, dynamic, independent and international, the Architectural Association School of Architecture was originally set up in 1847 as a public forum and learned society, in/famously founded by 'a pack of troublesome students'. The AA is much more than the UK's oldest school of architecture; the school is the nexus of a global conglomeration of contemporary architectural culture, as well as its pasts. The AA’s incarnations include:
• a professional association;
• a vibrant membership organisation comprising more than 3000 members;
• a registered charity;
• AA Publications, publisher of books and journals;
• AA Bookshop, one of London’s leading architectural booksellers;
• a high-profile public events programme, including a wealth of exhibitions, lectures, symposia, seminars, conversations, research clusters and visits; and
• a renowned architectural school based in London and worldwide.

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Luis Callejas - postponed on 27 February 2017 at 18:30, Lecture Hall. For more information visit AA website
Luis Callejas - postponed: Recent works and persistent enquiries - postponed
        
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Technical Studies Second Year Load Testing Event.

Photo: VB.
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Do Ho Suh on 24 February 2017 at 18:30, Lecture Hall. For more information visit AA website
Do Ho Suh: Do Ho Suh: Recent Works
        
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Mark Cousins on 24 February 2017 at 17:00, Lecture Hall. For more information visit AA website
Mark Cousins: What can we hope for?
        
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Don't miss the conversation on the changing nature of publishing between Four Corners Books and Visual Editions chaired by Sarah Handelman on Thursday, 23 February 2017 at 18:30 in the AA Lecture Hall. Titled New Ways of Telling the Same Old Stories, it is the second event in our Term 2 AA XX 100 series. For more information, please visit the AA website.
Four Corners Books and Visual Editions: New Ways of Telling the Same Old Stories
        
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All welcome to AA LAndscape Urbanism lecture by Marcin Ignac on data visualization and computational design, at AA 33 First Floor Back, 22nd February 2017, 2:00pm
Marcin finds beauty and inspiration in nature, structures of biological organisms, in patterns emerging from data and complexity of computer algorithms. He believes in applying these concepts to shape our understading of technology mediated creativity. In 2012 Marcin combined his background in Computer Science, New Media Art and Interaction Design to start Variable and fulfil this vision.
http://variable.io/
Variable
        
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AA MakeLab Visiting School in Hooke Park, Dorset, UK will continue a research started during the Space Media Festival in Taiwan in August 2016 investigating movement tracking and interaction between the urban environment and its inhabitants.

The workshop will take place on April 18-22, 2017 and registration is now open. For more info visit http://makelab.aasch...egistration.html
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Jonathan Glancey on 22 February 2017 at 18:30, AA Bookshop. For more information visit AA website
Jonathan Glancey: What’s So Great About the Eiffel Tower? 70 Questions that will change the way you think about architecture.
        
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ONCE UPON A TIME…IN THE AGE OF METABOLISM by MA History & Critical Thinking student Chris Doray details the Term 1 Art & Architecture lecture at the AA by Pierre-Jean Giloux on Machinami, Japanese Urban Landscapes, which contemplated the notion of superimposing history and ruins. http://conversations...e-of-metabolism/
ONCE UPON A TIME…IN THE AGE OF METABOLISM
        
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Following the Emerging North Korea symposium last week, AA graduate Calvin Chua spoke to Monocle 24 Radio about the AA Visiting School Pyongyang: https://monocle.com/...he-urbanist/279/
Not so easy, The Urbanist 279 - Radio
        
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Unit Masters of Intermediate 8 Curro Gonzalez De Canales and Nuria Alvarez Lombardero will talk about their practice Canales Lombardero in a lecture titled New Formalism on 21 February 2017 at 18:30 in the AA Lecture Hall as part of our Term 2 Tutor Lecture Series. For more information please visit the AA website.
Francisco González de Canales and Nuria Álvarez Lombardero: New Formalism. Canales Lombardero
        
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Don't miss the symposium on Emerging North Korea - a unique opportunity to gain insight into North Korean architecture, cities and society, organised by Calvin Chua and Dongwoo Yim on 17 February 2017 from 14:00 onwards in the AA Lecture Hall. For more information, please visit the AA website or see the poster below. AA Visiting School AA Visiting School Pyongyang
Organised by Calvin Chua and Dongwoo Yim: Emerging North Korea
        
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John Palmesino, Ann-Sofi Rönnskog, Carl Turner, Bozar Ben Zeev, and Rory Sherlock, chaired by Stanislas Turcon (AAgora) on 14 February 2017 at 18:30, Lecture Hall. For more information visit AA website
John Palmesino, Ann-Sofi Rönnskog, Carl Turner, Bozar Ben Zeev, and Rory Sherlock, chaired by Stanislas Turcon (AAgora): Architecture & Control
        
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Organised by AA XX 100 on 13 February 2017 at 18:30, Lecture Hall. For more information visit AA website
Organised by AA XX 100: Speed Mentoring
        
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THE THIRTY YEARS OF ARCHITECTURE: A short guide on abandoning accumulated memories at the mercy of inclement weather - Paolo Emilio Pisano explains his project in Intermediate 5 that received a commendation at the 2016 RIBA President’s Medal Awards:

http://conversations...clement-weather/
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