Treasured Island - Madagascar Expedition
Applications for Unknown Fields trip to Madagascar closing
14 days mid - end July
Make global discoveries & connections by applying for one of the AA Visiting School programmes at venues around the world.
See the visiting school prospectuses.
AArchitecture is a journal published every term, edited and written by the AA Community.
Viewpoints come from tutors, students, members and graduates.
AArchitecture online. Available in print at the AA.
Recalling the evening classes organised by the School in the 1870s, the new AA Nightschool begins on the 30th April.
The AA's Night School is an on-going speculative project dealing with alternative models of architectural education. It's format is short evening classes and events that engage issues of design, culture, history, theory and professional practice.
DVD copies of lectures dating back to 1975 are available in the Photo Library
Projects Review offers an overview of the AA's 2012/13 academic year. Accompanying the school’s end-of-year show, it features hundreds of drawings, models, installations, photographs and other materials documenting the world’s most international and experimental school of architecture.
Pre Order AA Book: Projects Review 2013
Features contributions by Irénée Scalbert, Hilla Becher, Thomas Weaver, Mathew Holmes, Tom Brooks, Helen Thomas, Mathew Aitchison, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Mathew Critchley, HT Cadbury-Brown, Pedro Ignacio Alonso, Joshua Mardell, Adrian Forty, Ilaria Abbondandolo, Moshe Safdie, Ryan Dillon, William Firebrace, Laurent Stalder and Mark Campbell.
Purchase AA Files Online
Book Launch – Adaptive Ecologies: Correlated Systems of Living, edited by Theodore Spyropoulos3/6/2013
Karl Wai (former Senior DPL Technician, AA), Wiktor Kidziak (Intermediate 2010–13) and Omid Kamvari (AADipl, AAMsc) of 3dpeasy collaborate with the British Council.28/5/2013
Intermediate 4 tutors, Nathalie Rozencwajg and Michel da Costa Goncalves, have recently published Compagnon 1:1.24/5/2013
Cultural Hijack: Rethinking Intervention conference at RIBA to accompany the Cultural Hijack exhibition at the Architectural Association15/5/2013
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) presents Charles Correa – India’s Greatest Architect, 14 May – 4 September
The Student Forum is an elected body of students that acts as a channel of communication between the student community and the academic, administrative and governing bodies of the AA.
It will operate through five committees, which will be responsible for: Student Concerns, Student Projects, Travel Bursaries, Parties / Events and Networking.