AA PREMISES SUMMER CLOSURE 

The Premises in 32-39 Bedford Square, 4 Morwell Street and 16 Morwell Street will be closed from Monday 22 to Monday 29 August 2016 (inclusive).

The AA School will reopen again from Tuesday 30 August 2016.

SUMMER OPENING HOURS (during non-term time)

Tuesday 30 August to Sunday 18 September
Mon & Fri           9am-7pm
Tue/Wed/Thur    9am-9pm
Saturdays          10am-6pm
Sundays            CLOSED

Monday 19 to Sunday 25 September
Introduction Week
Mon - Fri           9am-10pm
Saturday           10am-6pm
Sunday             CLOSED


Normal AA School Opening hours will resume from Monday 26 September 2016.
Term 1 begins on Monday 26 September 2016.

 

Date Submitted: 22/8/2016

WEIJENBERG Pte Ltd

ARCHITECTURAL INTERNSHIPS

We are currently looking for highly motivated people to join our team in Singapore and support with projects across Asia, varying from residential to resorts and international competitions. Current projects are in Taiwan, Australia, Sri Lanka and the Netherlands. We work on all scales of projects from furniture and interior design to architecture.

REQUIREMENTS
• Command of Rhino, AchiCAD and Adobe Creative Suite
• Fluency in written and spoken English
• Strong graphic and design talent
• Rendering skills and familiarity with Grasshopper is a plus
• Experience for architects in a relevant field is a bonus

EMAIL US YOUR PORTFOLIO AND CV at:
contact@weijenberg.co

PDF BELOW MAX 10MB TO APPLY,
Links to portofolios online wil not be followed up.

Date Submitted: 11/8/2016

Revit training courses at AL_A

AL_A will be holding beginner and advanced level Revit training in their studio by a certified Autodesk instructor.

For details for the course please visit www.ala.uk.com/2016/06/revit

To book or find out more please contact Lucy on 020 7243 7670 or email at revit@ala.uk.com


Date Submitted: 1/8/2016

Dan Marks Studio are looking for a talented Part I/ II Architectural Assistant

Dan Marks Studio are looking for a talented Part I/ II Architectural Assistant to join our growing practice to work on a diverse and growing portfolio of projects.  We are based in the RIBA Incubator, a shared office space for start up practices, within the RIBA head office at 76 Portland Place, W1.

Being a smaller practice, we are looking for a good all-rounder. We work across all mediums from technical detailed drawings and 3D models in Rhino as well as hand sketches and physical models.

Our current workload ranges from small scale, domestic projects, to more medium scale, bespoke, developer led mixed use schemes. We currently have projects on site, in the planning system and in the early days of concept design. We are about to start work on the design of a flagship restaurant in a high profile central London location for a Sept 2017 opening.

This is a great opportunity for a confident candidate to join a growing practice in it's early days and gain experience in all RIBA stages.

We are looking for someone to join on a full time basis in the next 6 weeks.  In the office we use Microstation, Rhino, Maxwell and are aiming towards Revit in the near future, so experience in these programs would be favourable.

Please email CV and Portfolio to dan@dan-marks.co.uk if you are interested.

Date Submitted: 15/7/2016

John McAslan + Partners - Part 2 Assistants

John McAslan + Partners, an award winning design-led studio, is currently looking for talented Part
2 assistants to join their London Euston office to work on a diverse and international portfolio of
new commissions within our commercial, masterplanning and residential sectors.
To be considered for this role you will need excellent design, technical and organisational skills
as well as an appreciation and passion for architecture. Experience and understanding of
working within these sectors is necessary for our challenging, exciting and complex
commissions; working within an organisation that is renowned for achieving award winning, high
quality and responsive design solutions.


We are offering a competitive salary + benefits package including Part 3 sponsorship to the
suitable candidate. The Practice is particularly proud of the work life balance it fosters with its
overtime consistently lower than other similar practices and a broad approach to projects which
includes work for many charitable associations including the Clinton Foundation, The National
History Museum as well as our N17 project slightly closer to home. This is a great opportunity for
the next steps in your career as well as the opportunity to see a fantastic project through from
inception to completion.


Due to the nature of these appointments, candidates with Microstation will be preferred. Excellent
3D modelling and rendering skills are a benefit. You will also need to be fully conversant with the
Adobe Creative suite, and SketchUp.


Immediate availability would be preferred but is not essential and depending on the suitability of
experience will be offered as a permanent contract. Proof of your eligibility to work without
restriction will be required.


How to apply:
Where possible, please apply by email to recruit@mcaslan.co.uk. Please send your cover letter,
your CV, and a relevant and concise sample of your most exciting work (maximum file size of
5MB).
Please quote reference 1609 in the subject line of your application
Alternatively you can apply in writing to The Recruitment Team, John McAslan + Partners, 7-9
William Road, London, NW1 3ER. Please ensure you quote the relevant reference in the header
of your application letter.
John McAslan and Partners is an equal opportunities employer

Date Submitted: 15/7/2016

John McAslan + Partners - Part 1 Architects

John McAslan + Partners, an award winning, international Architecture Practice is
looking for Part 1 Architectural Assistants to join their busy London office for their year in
Practice.


This is an amazing opportunity to join a prolific Practice at the forefront of architectural
design. The Practice has a wide portfolio including cultural, transportation, educational,
commercial, residential and masterplanning work as well as an exciting track record in
pro bono community projects such as the N17 Tottenham initiative and more recently
the Kigali Genocide Memorial Centre. Our more recent local schemes include Kings
Cross Station, Bond Street Station for Crossrail the Lancaster University Engineering
Building, whilst internationally the Doha Cultural Forum, The Royal British Columbia
Museum in Canada and the Bolshevik Factory in Moscow are garnering attention.
All successful candidates will need to demonstrate:


 A strong design sensibility with the ability to translate and deliver the design
intent, and to work from conception through to completion
 Excellent communication and presentation skills
 Microstation users preferred
 Adobe Creative Suite user desirable
 A passion for the Built Environment
 Motivation and enthusiasm
 A strong visual style


These roles will be offered on a permanent basis, with competitive salary + benefits.


To apply:
Where possible, please apply by email to recruit@mcaslan.co.uk. Please provide a cover
letter, your CV and a relevant and concise sample of your most exciting work (no more
than 10 pages, maximum file size of 5mb). Alternatively, please apply in writing to The
Recruitment Team, John McAslan + Partners, 7-9 William Road, London NW1 3ER.
John McAslan is an equal opportunities employer
Please quote reference number 1611 in all communication:
For more information, please visit www.mcaslan.co.uk to see more information about the
projects and roles available.


NO AGENCIES PLEASE

Date Submitted: 15/7/2016

PLANE-SITE Project Associate

Based in Berlin, Germany, PLANE—SITE is a global agency that works at the interface of urban form,
cultural space and social life. We generate original content that provides organizations with perspective
and context. At PLANE—SITE we promote a selective exchange of ideas by offering full-cycle consulting in
the realm of the built environment and its users.


PLANE-SITE are looking for qualified applicants looking for full-time employment within the consulting industry and interested in working as part of a small, fast-paced international office. The successful candidate will assist with communication, research, multimedia design and project management.


RESPONSIBILITIES


+ Conducting targeted research in the architecture, urbanism and design fields
+ Compiling necessary documentation and drafting proposals
+ Writing detailed project plans and protocols
+ Supporting the business development, research and editorial teams
+ Assisting with content management and planning of social media accounts
+ Translating texts, research and presentations
+ General office management and administrative work


QUALIFICATIONS

+ Recent graduate of an accredited university program, preferably in architecture, urban studies,
sociology, journalism, art history, or a related field
+ Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English (German or Spanish is a plus)
+ Extended communication, analytical, time management, and problem-solving skills
+ Proficient in all MS Office applications (Adobe Creative Suite is a plus)
+ Reliable, resourceful and enthusiastic about issues pertaining to the built environment

TO APPLY

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. Please send: cover letter, resume, brief writing sample
and design portfolio (if applicable) in PDF format to the attention of Carlos Hernandez-Tellez at
carlos@plane-site.com. For more information, please visit us at www.plane-site.com.

Date Submitted: 6/7/2016

Spencer Fung Architects - Architectural Assistant

Spencer Fung Architects have an immediate vacancy for an architectural assistant Part 2 or Part 3 with excellent draughting skills in Mac Autocad

Prospective Candidates please send CV and examples of work to mail@spencerfung.co.uk

Date Submitted: 6/7/2016

PLANE-SITE RESEARCH ASSOCIATE & WRITER

Based in Berlin, Germany, PLANE—SITE is a global agency that works at the interface of urban form,
cultural space and social life. We generate original content that provides organizations with perspective
and context. At PLANE—SITE we promote a selective exchange of ideas by offering full-cycle consulting in
the realm of the built environment and its users.


We are looking for qualified applicants looking for full-time employment within the consulting industry
and interested in working as part of a small, fast-paced international office. The successful candidate will
assist with communication, research, and written content for project related work.


RESPONSIBILITIES


+ Conducting targeted research in the architecture, urbanism and design fields
+ Writing original content and providing editorial support for various content formats
+ Supporting the business development, research and editorial teams
+ Assisting with content and planning of social media accounts
+ Creating project texts, research and presentations


QUALIFICATIONS


+ Minimum of four years of university education, preferably in journalism, urban studies, architecture,
sociology, journalism, art history, or a related field
+ Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English (German or Spanish is a plus)
+ Extensive communication, analytical, time management, and problem-solving skills
+ Proficient in all MS Office applications (Adobe Creative Suite is a plus)
+ Reliable, resourceful and enthusiastic about issues pertaining to the built environment


TO APPLY


Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. Please send: cover letter, resume, brief writing sample
and design portfolio (if applicable) in PDF format to the attention of Carlos Hernandez-Tellez at
carlos@plane-site.com. For more information, please visit us at www.plane-site.com.

Date Submitted: 6/7/2016

Architect required for Community Garden Project

Architect/designer required urgently to build a model and produce drawings in a participatory project to create a communal garden in Bristol for people with dementia, their neighbours and relatives.
Relevant skills needed for the following tasks:
 
- translate hand-drawings into .dwg for first meeting / consultation with participants
- translate landscape drawings / suggestions from participants into .dwg,
 
- assistance in buying and transporting materials for a model,  which is to be a dolls house-like model/ image used to bridge between participants - possibly in the scale of 1:100
 
- assistance building the model, and  several different mini sketch-versions for discourse among participants
 
- elaborating sketches / prototypes for different kinds of furniture / tools to be used by staff in the garden
 
All of this work is later to be translated into actual production .dwg drawings for the landscape architect hired by the contractors.


Work to be undertaken on a fixed term contract basis up to October 1st.  Rate to be agreed with lead artist, Kerstin Bergendal.
 
Workplace is in Bethnal Green.
 
Applicants required for urgent start, please contact;
kerstin@bergendal.dk

Date Submitted: 6/7/2016


34-38 BEDFORD SQ OPENING HOURS

TERM 4 / SUMMER VACATION


WEEK 1                     Monday 27th June to Sunday 3rd July

Mon - Fri                   9am-10pm

Saturday                   10am-7pm

Sunday                       CLOSED
 

WEEKS 2 - 6             Monday 4th July to Sunday 7th August

Mon & Fri                 9am-9pm

Tue - Thur                 9am-10pm

Saturdays                  10am-7pm

Sundays                     CLOSED
 

WEEKS 7 - 12           Monday 8th August to Sunday 18th September

Mon & Fri                 9am-7pm

Tue - Thur                 9am-9pm

Saturdays                  10am-6pm

Sundays                     CLOSED
 

WEEKS 13                INTRODUCTION WEEK

                                 Monday 19th to Sunday 25th September

Mon - Fri                   9am-10pm

Saturday                   10am-6pm

Sunday                       CLOSED
 

AA PREMISE SUMMER CLOSURE

The AA premises will be closed from Saturday 20th to Monday 29th August (inclusive), and will reopen from 9am on Tuesday 30th August.
 

PLEASE NOTE

Usual opening hours will resume from Monday 26th September,

for the commencement of Term 1 - new Academic Year 2016 / 2017.

Date Submitted: 30/6/2016

Santiago Emergent Ecologies Ideas Competition - Call For Entries

Santiago Emergent Ecologies is an International ideas competition for the design of a new park in Santiago de Chile, a metropolitan park that can experiment with productive landscapes as a medium to establish an active relationship with the environment while protecting biodiversity in the area of the El Roble Ecological Conservation Site.

Current students from the Architectural Association have the exclusive opportunity to apply for free. The deadline for the submission is the 5th September 2016. For more information please visit:  

http://www.see-competition.net/indexEn.html   

Date Submitted: 28/6/2016

SUMMER VACATION LIBRARY OPENING HOURS

Monday 27 June – Friday 29 July  : open Monday to Saturday 10-6

Closed Saturday 30 July – Monday 29 August inclusive

Tuesday 30 August – Saturday 24 September : open Monday to Saturday 10-6

Normal term-time hours resume from Monday 26 September

Open Monday to Friday 10-9, Saturday 10-6

Date Submitted: 27/6/2016

PROGRAMME BOOK LOANS DURING SUMMER VACATION

During the summer vacation when the library is open, programme books can be borrowed

over each weekend from Friday 4pm to Monday 12midday.

From Thursday 28 July programme books can be borrowed until 12midday on Tuesday 30 August.

Max 2 programme books per person.

Date Submitted: 27/6/2016
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The AA has undergone an educational oversight monitoring visit by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) and have received its final report, which is available in full at:

http://www.qaa.ac.uk/reviews-and-reports/provider?UKPRN=10008071

The monitoring visit resulted in the following outcome:

The QAA monitoring team has concluded that we are making commendable progress in implementing the action plan from the Review for Educational Oversight.

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