As the design was for an international sports event that brings together countries from around the world, I wanted to express the concepts of “diversity” and “connection.” I combined different shapes that, at first glance, didn’t appear to be connected.
– Asao Tokolo, artist and winner of the 2020 Tokyo Games logo design
by AA 3rd Years Sofia Pia Belenky and Tobias Hentzer Dausgaard, Editors of DUE
by Quentin Martin, James Lysaght, Tamara Rasoul, and Caspar Schols, AA First Year students
By Paolo Emilio Pisano, AA Year Out student
By exploring this reality while immersed within the highly speculative environment of the AA, we imagine and generate immediate drifts of the city where fiction and reality collide, stretching our work to its limit in terms of precision, fantasy and innovation.
– Arantza Ozaeta Cortázar and Álvaro Martín Fidalgo, Intermediate Unit 4
Universities today can no longer operate as autonomous entities in the city. They need to question the established norms, critically evaluate their role in society, and propose new modes of learning as well as new collaborations between academia and the city.
– Xristina Argyros and Ryan Neiheiser, Intermediate Unit 15
Our unit envisages a building as the expression of specific and temporal needs, and thus as a pretext for amplifying uses and giving more. We are interested in unstable spaces- spaces for social encounters- these event fields that make a building remarkable, flexible, and ‘intemporal’.
– Salwa and Selma Mikou, Intermediate Unit 16
Summer School 2016 – Unit 7
Taught by Alvaro Velasco Perez, AA PhD Candidate & Javier Anton
Summer School 2016 – Unit 6
Taught by Onur Ozkaya, AA MSc 2007 (EmTech) and Vikrant Tike AA MA 2010 (AAIS)
Summer School 2016 – Unit 5
Taught by Sabrina Morreale, AA Dipl2016 & Valerio Massaro, AA MPhil 2017 (Projective Cities)