Bangkok Visiting School — coming up! http://t.co/JKRfrsdGvU7:28 AM 14 Nov 13
by Frederik Bo Bojesen (AADipl 2013)
Diploma Unit 10
“I can’t work in the morning – my mind is too clear. I’m a great believer in confusion and the subconscious” Colomina on working at night11:02 AM 01 Nov 13
“Architectural practice is not just about building. It’s about discourse, conversations and a platform for exploring ideas” @_Beatrice10:41 AM 01 Nov 13
Breakfast with Bea (@_Beatrice and Beatriz Colomina) by MissMag in Studio 2 at the AA http://t.co/2Viti71toq10:38 AM 01 Nov 13
The party was planned as a continual event and I hope that is the way people enjoyed it. What makes any party good is the people. This event was aimed not only at the student community but for the whole membership to enjoy and it was very nice to see students and members celebrating together.
– Eleanor Dodman
by John Naylor, AADipl 2013
Diploma Unit 16, winner of the Foster + Partners Prize 2013
When you are in your early years at the AA I don’t think you have a clear perception of what an architect is. You are into exploring things, exploring materials and trying to understand how to tackle a problem. We didn’t have a mature view of what an architect was. We were winging it, travelling on magic carpets.
– Mike Davies
by Arabella Maza, AA 5th Year
(originally published in AArchitecture 20)
The fundamental criteria for an AA Honours project have not changed over the years. The work must challenge preconceptions. It must exceed its unit, its tutors, its origins, its language and reach a brink of collapse. These projects are not seamless or slick, they have rough edges that reveal potential.
– Barbara Campbell-Lange
It’s in! ‘Ceramica Cumella’ available at the AA Bookstore (32 Bedford Square) and at: aabookshop.net. http://t.co/tOfvwQtsdV8:00 AM 17 Oct 13