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Visions of the Future: Architectural Association School's Summer Exhibition Opens

— June 2011

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Swoosh Pavilion 2008
Concept: Valeria Garcia; scheme design with Katarina Scoufaridou and Joy Sriyuksiri; development with Zamri Arip, Naoki Kotaka & Eyal Shaviv; construction drawings & fabrication by Inter 2.


The Architectural Association School’s PROJECTS REVIEW summer exhibition offers an unprecedented opportunity to see the past year’s work of 650 students at the world’s most international school of architecture. Entrance is Free.  (Opening times below).
  • 17 June – 9 July, Architectural Association School of Architecture, 36 Bedford Square, London, WC1B 3ES.
  • Monday to Friday 10am – 7pm; Saturday 18 June 1pm – 5pm; Saturday 25 June, 2, 9 July 10am – 5pm 
  • FREE major public summer exhibition from one of the world’s best architecture schools – alumni include Zaha Hadid, Rem Koolhaas, Lord Rogers, Will Alsop.
  • The work of 650 students showcases some of the most radical and experimental thinking in architecture and cultural enquiry today.
  • Experience FORMAT – a live magazine created through a free series of events and talks exploring the shape of discourse from the magician, librarian and philosopher.
  • Honour Students announced on 17 June – images to come.  

 Since 1847 the AA School has been forming future leaders of architecture and design worldwide. Projects Review is an opportunity to see architecture’s future in its most compelling and unexpected form – in the drawings, models, designs and minds of an emerging generation today.
 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. 

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