Internship available at Djao-Rakitine Landscape Architects August-September
DJAO-RAKITINE LTD is seeking applications from dedicated, enthusiastic and english speaking students who have successfully completed several years of landscape architecture or architecture study and who would like to gain some professional experience.
Candidates must be thoroughly familiar with AutoCAD, InDesign and Photoshop.
Candidates must have the right to work in the UK or possess the relevant work permit or VISA.
Applications must include a cover letter, CV and portfolio of your recent work sent as a PDF format (under 10MB). Applications must be sent to:
"DJAO-RAKITINE Ltd is a London based company dedicated to Landscape Architecture. The company was created in 2015 and is led by Irène Djao-Rakitine.
Graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Appliqués et des Métiers d’Art in Paris and from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure du Paysage de Versailles where she received the title of Landscape Architect from the French Government (DPLG), Irène is also a Chartered Member of the Landscape Institute in the United Kingdom.
Irène started her professional career as a landscape architect in 2004 in Paris, working on urban projects for CO-BE, a multi-disciplinary practice specialised in architecture, urban planning and landscape.
From 2006 to 2009, she worked as Project Manager and Head of Landscape Department at ATELIERS JEAN NOUVEL (Paris) on various prestigious international projects.
Head of the landscape architecture practice VOGT in London from 2009 to 2015, Irène has been responsible for developing private and public projects in United Kingdom, Europe and Middle East, embracing a wide range of scales and programmes, from product design to territory pro-jects and from Concept Design to Construction.
Irène has been giving lectures and critiques in different universities in Europe.
She’s been Visiting Critic to the London Mayor’s Project Review Panel since 2013 and an Assistant Researcher at the ETH Zurich since 2015.
The practice is currently developing private schemes in London and public projects for the Mayor of Moscow."
Date Submitted: 23/6/2015
External Examiners 2015
The role of external examiners is to look at portfolios submitted by students for RIBA Parts 1 and 2 and exemptions, and to agree to pass lists which are then forwarded to the RIBA. Examiners view Intermediate student work for AA Intermediate RIBA/ ARB Part 1 (Third Year portfolios) on Tuesday 23 June and Diploma student work for AA Finals RIBA/ARB Part 2 (Fifth Year portfolios) on Wednesday 24 June.
Simon Allford leads the London-based studio AHMM whose recent projects include the Stratford residential masterplan, The Angel, Tea and Yellow Buildings as well as Adelaide Wharf, the Saatchi Gallery and Chobham Academy. He is currently working on the new Google HQ at King’s Cross, The White Collar Factory at City Road, a new tower on Blackfriars Road, three mixed-use projects on Regent Street for the Crown Estate, an academic building for the University of Amsterdam and other large urban-scale projects in London and America. Simon engages in the broad architectural discussion as a writer, critic, teacher, judge, advisor, trustee and commentator.
Patrick Bellew is a founding director of Atelier Ten. He has more than 30 years’ experience in the design of high-performance buildings and systems. From 2000–08 he taught a core environmental design course on the MArch programme at the Yale University School of Architecture and led three advanced design studios as the Eero Saarinen Visiting Professor between 2010–13. In 2013 he was the recipient of the CIBSE President Silver Medal and since 2012 he has served on the RIBA awards panel.
Mary Bowman studied architecture at the University of Virginia and at the AA. She worked for Foster and Partners from 1988–98 where she was made Associate in 1993. In 1999, Mary joined the architectural practice of Walters and Cohen where she was a Director. She has been an external examiner at Chelsea College of Art from 2001–05 and has taught at the AA. Mary joined Gustafson Porter in 2002 and was made a Company Director in 2004. Together with Kathryn and Neil, Mary is responsible for the direction of the office.
Alison Brooks, principal and creative director of Alison Brooks Architects London, is recognised as one of the leading architects of her generation. Recently named by the Sunday Times as one of Britain’s 500 Most Influential people, Brooks is the only UK architect to have won all three of the UK’s most prestigious awards for architecture: the Stephen Lawrence Prize, the Manser Medal and the 2008 RIBA Stirling Prize. Her largest civic commission to date is a full academic and residential Quadrangle for Exeter College, Oxford. Currently under construction, this will be the first Oxford College building to be designed by a female architect.
Ricky Burdett is Professor of Urban Studies, and director of LSE Cities and the Urban Age Programme. His research interests focus on the interactions between the physical and social worlds in the contemporary city and how urbanisation affects social and environmental sustainability. Professor Burdett was Global Distinguished Professor at New York University from 2010–14. He is currently a Visiting Professor in Urban Planning and Design at the Graduate School of Design, Harvard University as well as a member of the UK Government’s Independent Airports Commission and a member of Council of the Royal College of Art in London.
Alice Dietsch is a director of AL_A and currently lead architect for the V&A Exhibition Road project – an international competition won by the office to design a new entrance, gallery and public courtyard for the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. She has also been working with a team in Thailand to develop the Central Embassy project, a 1.5 million-square-foot scheme merging a seven-storey luxury shopping mall with a 30-storey, six-star hotel tower. She coordinates the 3D digital and hand modelling group in the office.
Hernan Diaz Alonso is principal and founder of Xefirotarch, a Los Angeles-based design practice. He was recently honoured by Yale University with the Louis I Kahn Visiting Assistant Professorship of Architectural Design for fall 2010 and by the American Institute of Architects as the Educator of the year in 2012. He has lectured extensively at major institutions around the world. His designs have received numerous awards and have been displayed in both architecture and art exhibitions at New York MoMa, San Francisco MoMa, the Art Institute of Chicago and Artist Space in New York.
Tom Emerson founded 6a architects with Stephanie Macdonald in 2001. The London-based practice has recently completed several art galleries and is currently working on a building for Churchill College Cambridge and the MK Gallery in Milton Keynes. 6a’s studio for Juergen Teller is currently under construction in London. The office has won several design awards including RIBA Awards and the Schelling Medal for Architecture in 2012. Tom studied architecture at the University of Bath, the Royal College of Art and the University of Cambridge. Following teaching positions at the AA and Cambridge, he has been professor at ETH Zurich since 2010.
Antón García-Abril is associate professor in the School of Architecture of the Polytechnic University of Madrid. In 2000 he established the award-winning Ensamble Studio. The firm was selected by SANAA to participate in the 2010 Venice Biennale. Projects including the Music Studies Centre and the SGAE Central Office in Santiago de Compostela and more recently the Truffle in Costa da Morte (Spain) have been internationally published. In 2009 he founded the Positive City Foundation to research the urban phenomenon.
Jeffrey Kipnis is a teacher, writer and erstwhile curator. He is a professor of architectural design and theory at the Knowlton School of Architecture of Ohio State University, Distinguished Visiting professor at SCI-Arc, Los Angeles, and Continuing Visiting Professor at Princeton University. He writes architectural theory and critism.
Vittorio Magnago Lampugnani is professor for the History of Urban Design at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich and has his own architectural practice in Milan (Studio di Architettura) as well as another one in Zurich (Baukontor Architekten). Among his most important projects are the office building in Block 109, Berlin (1991–96), with Marlene Dörrie; housing group in Maria Lankowitz near Graz (1995–99) with Marlene Dörrie and Michael Regner; the underground station in Mergellina, Naples (2004–08); and the masterplan for the Richti Quartier, Wallisellen, as well as planning of the open spaces and a residential block with shops (2007–13). He has published widely and many of his books have been translated into several languages.
Amanda Levete is founder of AL_A and has spent her career exploring the transformative potential of space through buildings and furniture pieces. She works with diametrically opposed elements, the organic and the man-made, to create the unexpected and is recognised for her ability to bring visionary projects to fruition realising the ambitions of private and public sector clients. Levete’s commissions include a new gallery, courtyard and entrance for the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Levete is a trustee of Artangel, the Young Foundation and the Arts Foundation. She is a regular TV and radio broadcaster and writes for numerous magazines.
Alex Lifschutz studied at the AA in London and joined Foster Associates in 1977, where he worked on the Hong Kong & Shanghai Bank from 1981–85. In 1986, with the late Ian Davidson, he formed Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands. The practice has an extensive portfolio of work and has won numerous national and international awards including, most recently in May of this year, RIBA London Architects of the Year 2015. He is known for his 25 years of involvement in London’s South Bank, working with the community to regenerate an area that was not long ago a twilight zone in the city. A past President of the AA, he is currently Chair of Body & Soul, a UK charity devoted to children and teenagers affected by HIV.
Brendan MacFarlane studied at Sci-Arc and Harvard GSD. He has been visiting professor at these schools and at the Bartlett, the Berlage Institute and the University of Florida, among others. He is co-founder with Dominique Jakob of Jakob + MacFarlane, a Paris-based practice. Its work explores digital technology both as a conceptual consideration and as a means of fabrication, using new materials to create a more flexible, responsive and immediate environment. Recent projects include the Euronews Headquarters in Lyon, the FRAC Architecture Exhibition Centre in Orléans, and the High School of Art and Communication of Pau.
Farshid Moussavi is principal of Farshid Moussavi Architecture (FMA) and Professor in Practice of Architecture at Harvard University Graduate School of Design. She was previously co-founder of the London-based Foreign Office Architects (FOA). Moussavi has been a member of the Steering Committee of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture since 2004 and a trustee of the London Architecture Foundation and the Whitechapel Gallery in London since 2009. She is a columnist for the Architectural Review magazine and has published three books, The Function of Ornament, The Function of Forms and The Function of Style, all based on her research and teaching at Harvard.
Carol Patterson completed her undergraduate study at the University of California-Berkeley and received her Masters degree from Columbia University in New York. She has worked for many highly acclaimed offices around the world including Rogers Marvel in New York and Norman Foster and Arup in London. She has also worked with Rem Koolhaas and the Office for Metropolitan Architecture, or OMA, in Rotterdam from 2000–03 and again in London since 2006. Patterson has had primary responsibility for the Seattle Public Library and has been the lead architect for the Whitney Museum and Los Angeles County Museum of Art extensions. She currently oversees the design and construction of a new headquarters for Rothschild Bank in London. This will be OMA’s first completed building in the UK.
Peter Swinnen graduated as an architect from the HAISL Brussels (1995) and from the DRL, Architectural Association (1996-97). He founded 51N4E architects, Brussels/Tirana (1998-2014) and was assigned State Architect (Vlaams Bouwmeester, 2010-15), where he developed new strategic instruments allowing research by design to become an integrated policy-making tool. He founded CRIT., architecture & research in 2015.
Neil Thomas is the Director of Atelier One, which has been described as ‘the most innovative engineering practice in the UK’. Recent projects include all production engineering for the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics ceremonies and Dunegrass in Blackpool, which won the 2013 Gold Cannes Lion for a Living Landmark. As well as teaching a structures course at Yale University, he is currently delivering a masterclass at the University of Hamburg, and is a regular visiting tutor at the AA, UCL and the Royal College of Art.
Anthony Vidler is Professor and Dean of the Irwin S Chanin School of Architecture, the Cooper Union, New York. He taught at Princeton University from 1965–93. Vidler’s scholarly work includes studies of eighteenth and nineteenth century French architectural history, with emphasis on the work of the Enlightenment architect Claude-Nicolas Ledoux, and modern and contemporary architecture and urbanism, with a general interest in cultural theory. He is the author of numerous books, and is the recipient of awards, most recently the Philip Johnson Exhibition Catalogue Award from the Society of Architectural Historians. He is a Fellow of the National Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Sarah Whiting has been Dean of the School of Architecture at Rice University since January 2010. Whiting has taught modern urban history, contemporary architectural theory, and studio at Princeton, Harvard, IIT, the University of Kentucky and the University of Florida. Whiting’s writing and editing have been published in numerous magazines and anthologies, from ANY to Wired. She is currently completing a manuscript on scale and urbanism, called Superblock City, and she edits a book series with Princeton University Press called POINT. Whiting cofounded WW with her partner, Ron Witte, in 1999. She has served as a Design Partner for numerous projects, including the Golden House in Princeton and WW’s winning design for the San Jose State University Art Museum.
Date Submitted: 18/6/2015
Introduction Week for New Students 2015
The AA will welcome the 2015/16 cohort of new students on Monday 21 September 2015. Please come to 36 Bedford Square at 10am, where you will be able to collect a welcome pack, which will provide you with everything you need to know for the week. The admissions team will be around to answer any questions you may have.
Introduction Week is a valuable opportunity to familiarise yourself with London and the AA, as well as to meet fellow new students. Visits are arranged to places of architectural interest and to architectural practices, and there are introductory talks about the different parts of the school. Compulsory inductions to the library, workshop, computer room and health and safety also take place this week.
On Monday the Director of the school will provide you with key information about the AA. You will also attend course/programme introductions providing an important opportunity to learn more about the course and meet AA tutors/programme directors. On Tuesday 22nd September you will be required to attend registration and compulsory inductions throughout the day.
Trips to places of interest, exhibitions and office visits take place on Wednesday and Thursday of Intro Week. The office visits are unique opportunities to visit practices that have a connection with the AA. You are entitled to attend one visit out of the trips listed. However, you will not be able to sign up for a trip if it clashes with a compulsory library or workshop induction. Please be aware that you will not be able to sign up for a trip if you have not pre-registered.
On Friday of this week everyone is invited to attend the AA boat trip down the Thames followed by a picnic in Bedford Square. The Student Forum will also organise various events throughout the week. Further details will be available in the coming weeks.
Over the summer we recommend you keep an eye on the AA website and facebook page for updates and events. Full unit briefs for the 2015/16 academic year will be available via the website in early September.
INFORMATION ABOUT REGISTRATION
All students are required to attend registration on Tuesday 22nd September 2015. You will be required to arrive at the scheduled time for your course; this time will be confirmed soon.
To register you will need:
* A pen.
* Your passport and a photocopy of the photo page.
* Your biometric residence permit and a photocopy of the front and back of the card (if applicable).
* Any outstanding documents listed on your conditional offer letter or that we have specifically requested.
* Proof of payment of your deposit and tuition fees (a receipt or statement), and a copy of your scholarship/bursary/loan letter (if applicable).
You may find that you owe the AA a small amount of money if, for example, the bank charged fees when you made a transfer, or if you have forgotten to pay the £95 membership and student forum fee. You will not be able to officially register as an AA student until you have paid all outstanding money.
Once you have registered you will be able to sign up for reference and bank letters. These will be available for collection from the Admissions office on Thursday. We cannot issue letters before this date.
Please check your email regularly for updates over the coming months. We look forward to meeting you all on Monday 21st September 2015!
AA School Admissions
Date Submitted: 16/6/2015
LIBRARY SUMMER OPENING HOURS
SUMMER VACATION LIBRARY OPENING HOURS
Monday 29 June : open 10-5
Tuesday 30 June – Friday 31 July : open Monday-Saturday 10-6
Closed Saturday 1 August –Monday 31 August inclusive.
Tuesday 1 September –Saturday 26 September : open Monday-Saturday 10-6
Normal term-time hours will resume from Monday 28 September:
Monday – Friday 10-9, Saturday 10-6
PROGRAMME BOOK LOANS DURING SUMMER VACATION
July Weekend Programme Book Loans
During July programme books can be borrowed over each weekend from
Friday 4pm to Monday 12midday
August Closure Programme Book Loans
From 10am Thursday 30 July programme books can be borrowed from
the library issue desk and must be returned by 12midday on Tuesday 1 September.
Maximum 2 programme books per person
No normal ‘reference’ books, no interlibrary loans, no tutor’s own books
Date Submitted: 8/6/2015
Apply now for a paid summer internship at Bompas & Parr
Placement term: June 2015 for 3 months
Location: Bompas & Parr Studio, Southwark
Bompas & Parr leads in flavour-based experience design, culinary research, architectural installations and contemporary food design. They are looking to employ a recent graduate with the opportunity to gain practical work experience in event production whilst utlising and developing their skills to support the creative output of the studio’s events.
• As a paid internship the candidate will work under the direct supervision of the Events Team Manager
• The successful candidate must be willing to get involved in all aspects of event production
• Candidates who show a desire to build a career in events production will be seen favorably
• Consideration will of course be given to utilise and develop existing skills and any specialist areas of interest
For more information: Bompas & Parr Summer Internship
If you are interested in applying, please send your CV, covering letter and any visual examples of your work to firstname.lastname@example.org
Date Submitted: 3/6/2015
London Design Festival call for entries.
#PoweredByTweets: The Challenge
The London Design Festival has partnered with Twitter UK on a new public design and exhibition challenge. The best ideas around the UK will be showcased in an exhibition held during the Festival in September. Enter the Challenge by 5 June 2015.
Follow London Design Festival @L_D_F
Date Submitted: 7/5/2015
AA Writing Prize Winners 2015
Zeina Al-Derry - The Melancholic City of Mirages
Mahsa Ramezanpour - Incarcerating Gender in Captive Spaces
Lara Yegenoglu - Vernacular Politics: The Gecekondu as an Instutitional Apparatus in Istambul
Jane Wong - The Burning House
Olukoye Akinkugbe - The Inescapable Bias of Representation
Simonpietro Salini - Novitatem meam Contemnvnt Ego Illor Vm Ignaviam: They Despise my Novelty, I Their TImidity
Read past Nominations and Winners at http://writing.aaschool.ac.uk
Date Submitted: 7/5/2015
Result of the Election of Officers and Council 2015/2016
Declared at 17:02 on the 01.05.2015
Candidate - Votes - % - Elected
Christine HAWLEY 269 10% ELECTED
Vicky RICHARDSON 232 9% ELECTED
Jane WERNICK 232 9% ELECTED
Rory SHERLOCK 221 8% ELECTED
Oliver DOMEISEN 201 8% ELECTED
Elsie OWUSU 190 7% ELECTED
Jonathan ELLIS-‐MILLER 184 7% ELECTED
Marko MILOVANOVIC 157 6% ELECTED
Christopher BISSET 156 6%
Hunter DOYLE 138 5%
Tiffany ABERNATHY 135 5%
Alexandra PAPADAKIS 134 5%
Sofia PIA BELENKY 128 5%
Edward HUTCHISON 84 3%
Tessa O’NEILL 84 3%
Gorana SHEPHERD 73 3%
TOTAL NUMBER OF VOTES CAST 2,618
Number of codes issued: 2,844
Votes cast: 565
Number of Individuals that voted: (%)
TOTAL NO. OF VOTES 565
Officers formally standing for election, but running unopposed (as per the by-laws):
President - Paul Warner
Hon. Vice President - Hugh Pearman
Hon. Vice President - David Porter
Hon. Secretary - Richard Patterson
Hon. Treasurer - David Jenkins
Council members remaining on the ballot without standing for re-election:
Past President - Sadie Morgan Ordinary Members:
Date Submitted: 1/5/2015
Three-day workshops open to all students
The FIRST YEAR STUDIO in collaboration with the INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL is putting forward two workshops open to all students on: Imaginary inhabitants, creatures, genders, and their habitat.
Dates: Wednesday 6th, Thursday 7th, Friday 8th of May from 10:00am.
CITY OF BACHELORS by Ana Araujo (Intermediate 2)
For over five hundred years men have been designing our homes and cities; and defining the language of architecture. Inspired by an exception to this rule – a 40-square-metre flat Irish de- signer Eileen Grey conceived for her lover Jean Badovici in 1930 – we will create an imaginary city based on what is believed to be a potentially feminine architectural language.
Materials: One block of genuine silver leaf, ten sheets of black foamboard, A3 size, one can of spray mount, twenty sheets of white paper, five sheets of black card, A3 size, + model making materials (cutting matt, scalpel, ruler etc).
THE MENAGERIE OF MISCEGENATIONS by Manijeh Verghese (Intermediate 11)
Can we invent new forms of life, predict a future evolution of hybrid animals, plants and everything in between, by altering the course of evolution through the design of new species and their habitats? This three day workshop will start with the invention of hybrid creatures that fuse existing species. We will then design the spaces where these beasts will live and be observed. Finally, we will combine our invented life forms into a collective taxonomy drawing to track our alternate evolution and construct our new menagerie of miscegenations by aggregating our isometric spaces into a fantastical group collage.
Materials: A0 sheets of paper for the combined drawings, coloured copies of your miscegenation and menagerie drawings to collage onto the larger sheets, glue, scissors, pens, pencils, ink, watercolours, rulers, protractors.
If you are interested to take part in one of these workshops come to the FIRST YEAR STUDIO. You will find a sign up sheet near the offices. Deadline to sign up: Monday 4th of May or send an email to: email@example.com.
You can find all the info on the two workshops on the AA First Year - Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/aafirstyear
Date Submitted: 28/4/2015
AA Camera Club Student Competition
AA Students are invited to submit photographs of contemporary architecture. The best entries will be exhibited in the Photo Library Corridor Gallery and selected images will be added to the Photo Library website - photolibrary.aaschool.ac.uk
Prizes of limited edition prints by Eric De Maré and F.R. Yerbury
Deadline Friday 1st of May
Submission of Tiffs via wetransfer to firstname.lastname@example.org
Date Submitted: 27/3/2015
RIBA Funding Schemes - Call for Entries
Funding for Postgraduate Studies
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) is now calling for applications for the RIBA AHR Stephen Williams Scholarship and the RIBA Wren Insurance Association Scholarships.
The RIBA Wren Insurance Association Scholarships were established in March 2013 followed a generous donation by The Wren Insurance Association Limited. The five scholarships, each worth £5,000, aim to support outstanding Part 2 students who have the potential to make a significant contribution in the field of architecture.
The deadline to apply is Friday 8 May 2015. For more information, visit www.architecture.com/wrenscholarships
The RIBA AHR Stephen Williams Scholarship is also worth £5,000 and will support one student for a period of postgraduate studies of up to 12 months in the UK or abroad. The winning applicant will also be given the opportunity of mentoring from a senior member of AHR Architects for the duration of the scholarship period.
At the time of application, students must either:
· be enrolled in, or have been granted a placement offer for, an RIBA-validated Part 2 professional qualification in the UK or abroad
· be enrolled, or have been granted a placement offer, in a Masters course (non-RIBA Part 2) related to architecture, at a university department that also offers courses validated by the RIBA in the UK or abroad
The deadline to apply is Tuesday 26 May 2015. For more information, visit www.architecture.com/ahrscholarship
Funding for Research
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) is now calling for applications is calling for applications from individuals interested in conducting new research into architecture. The RIBA Research Trust Awards will make grants of up to £10,000 available to support original independent architecture research by practitioners, academics and recent graduates. The deadline to apply is Monday 1 June 2015. For more information visit www.architecture.com/researchfunding
Applicants should contact Hayley Russell (email@example.com 020 7307 3678) for help with their applications to any of the above schemes.
Mackintosh Architecture Season
As you may have seen, the public programme at 66 Portland Place continues through Spring with a season inspired by the hugely popular exhibition ‘Mackintosh Architecture’ running until the 23rd May. It is followed by the ‘Brutalist Playground’ – a new installation by Assemble inspired by post-war housing estates and launching during the London Festival of Architecture. Both exhibitions are accompanied by a wide range of events and debates suitable for students throughout May, June and July with discounted tickets available at £6.50 and further discounts when booked as a group of 10. If you are interested in these get in touch with the public programmes team at firstname.lastname@example.org or head to www.architecture.com/whatson.
Date Submitted: 27/3/2015
2015/16 AA Bursary Application Forms DEADLINE 22nd MAY 5PM
Eligible students can pick up bursary application forms from Sabrina Blakstad (36 Second Floor) from Monday 9 March. Completed applications must be returned by the deadline: Friday 22 May 2015. The following AA students are eligible to apply:
Current registered/year out Undergraduate students
Current PhD students who will be registered in the Second or Third Year in 2015/16 of their fulltime studies at full fee rate
MPhil Projective Cities Year 2 students in 2015/16
The AA Bursary would be awarded on the understanding that the student is not in receipt of any other substantial additional award, which is equivalent to more than the value of one term’s fees. An AA Bursary is not deferrable.
Date Submitted: 4/3/2015
Open Juries February 2015
The Open Jury, curated by the school’s Director Brett steele, is a one-day event to see some of the best work being produced across the school. Work includes examples from the intermediate, Diploma and graduate schools.
The day’s primary intention is to spark internal debate. This school-only event encourages students and tutors to wander between rooms to see work in progress from different units and programmes during an intensive and productive day of discussion.
Date Submitted: 13/2/2015
OPEN WEEK Feb 2015
Mon 9 February
10.00 Open Week Workshop
Tue 10 February
2.00 Adaptive Comfort
4.00 Recent Housing Projects
1.00 Scavengers and
Wed 11 February
11.30 Introduction to Research Paper 2
6.00 Housing London Lecture Series
Thu 12 February
11.00 Open Jury
Selected projects from the
Lecture Hall & New Soft Room
3.00 Open Jury
Selected projects from the
Lecture Hall & New Soft Room
7.00 Members’ Screening
See Lectures & Events
Date Submitted: 9/2/2015