First Year and Foundation Open Day

AA open days are a great opportunity to meet current students and staff, tour the AA's facilities, view presentations of student work and get advice on the application process.

Upcoming dates

  • 31st October 2014 – Foundation & First Year
  • 6th November 2014 – Graduate School
  • 7th November 2014 – Undergraduate School

Find out more about the Open Days and register

THE BUILDING: Part Two

The building: part two - Etien Santiago, a PhD candidate at Harvard describes his experience at The Building symposium that took place at the AA at the beginning of June as the first in a series of transatlantic conversations.

robot arm

A robot fabrication cell will be installed at Hooke Park in October 2014. More details about this joint initiative with University of the West of England - designandmake.aaschool.ac.uk/robot/
Apply for the new role of Architectural Robotics Developer through the UWE website -
http://goo.gl/zQDo8s.

Specific World

London - t-sa forum x AA - Specific World - 1/9/2014–26/9/2014 - Deadline: 29/8/2014

Make global discoveries & connections at AA Visiting Schools around the world.
See the Visiting School prospectuses.

Sustainable Environmental Design MSc/MArch

Sustainable Environmental Design MSc/MArch - http://sed.aaschool.ac.uk/

Late Graduate applications (Sept 2014 start) still open. If you are interested please contact Graduate Admissions +44 (0)20 7887 4007/4067 before applying.

First Year

First Year - http://www.aafirstyear.com

Late Undergraduate applications (Sept 2014 start) still open. If you are interested please contact Undergraduate Admissions before applying. +44 (0)20 7887 4051/4060

AA FILES 68

AA Files 68 Françoise Fromonot on the Villa dall'Ava, Vittoria di Palma on architecture & gastronomy, writer Gillian Darley on John Summerson, historians Elena Cogato-Lanza on Maurice Braillard, Nicolas Courtin on the Parisian Hôtel Particulier & James D Graham on Le Corbusier & Eric Satie, architects Florian Beigel & Philip Christou on architectural translations & a conversation between Thomas Daniell & Arata Isozaki. 156 pages, extensive col & b/w ills - £15.00. Purchase AA Files 68.