The Future of Architecture: The AA School’s Projects Review Exhibition

A new exhibition of work by 650 students will go on display this Friday (25 June) at the Architectural Association School. The exhibition is set to demonstrate some of the most radical and experimental thinking in architecture and cultural enquiry today (these images should give an idea of just how futuristic we’re talking).


From sketch to render, hybrid collage analysis of a lawnmower flywheel detail – Drawing project. Wiktor Kidziak, First Year Student

The exhibition opening will also mark the grand opening of the AA School’s newly expanded Bedford Square campus which will be open to the public for the first time.

Hundreds of drawings, models, installations and photographs will be on display 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 the world’s most famous school of architecture.

Following in the footsteps of generations of graduates that today are leaders of architecture 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.

Exhibition Dates: Saturday 26 June to Friday 17 July 2010
More Information: www.aaschool.ac.uk

The project is a bridge design to connect 36 Bedford Square to the premises in 16 Morwell Street and has been designed by students on the March in Emergent Technologies department in the Graduate School.

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