WORKSHOP Architecture

Not What, But How

Series: Saturday Gallery Talk
Date: Saturday 30 November 2013
Time: 11:00
Venue: Front Members' Room
Running time: 0 mins
[slideshow_deploy id='1075']Photos by Joanne McCluskeyAll welcome. Complimentary fresh coffee and pastries available.An informal walk around the exhibition space for Not What, But How led by WORKSHOP architecture whose recent projects in India were carried out in partnership with the British Council. See the AA Exhibitions listing for more information.WORKSHOP architecture is a non-profit design/make studio that focuses on collaboration, learning by doing, and cultivating deep understanding of place. Their works include Project Tacloban (2010/2011) which was a collaboration between Studio Tacloban, a local NGO called Streetlight, and the families of the Seawall slum in Tacloban, the Philippines.The Study Center was sadly destroyed by Typhoon Haiyan on 8th November 2013. Please see the ‘Tacloban Rebuild’ page for more information about how to help. Not What, But Howwrkshp.orgImage © WORKSHOP Architecture

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