THE FUTURE OF ARCHITECTURE;
London’s AA (Architectural Association) School-Project Review, displays a variety of works by 650 international students who succeeded in getting in and making it through this school’s high standards and rigorous discipline. Indeed, these students demonstrate some of the most radical and experimental thinking in architecture and cultural enquiry today.
Originally founded by a group of visionary top architects, it started as an arena for young would be architects who are passionate and dedicated towards new ingenious ideas in architecture. They were formerly given freedom and encouraged to be as creative and radical in developing their own styles and vision. The AA today has its own new discipline in properly guiding its students in a directional wave of approach enhanced by computer generated technology as well as one of the best if not the best fully equipped working studios.
FACADE presents to you a few selected works…
Aero Nautical Agriculture by Harri William-Jones
Resisting The Ice: A corporate shipping lane through the arctic. by Borja Miguiro
Scatterbrain: A Cautionary Tale (we live in strange times, when parliaments are hung, and volcanoes close our skies) by Jack Self
Cinematic Landscape: A drive through experience that enhances visual perception and triggers interraction between the driver and a visual landscape. by Liz Tatarintseva(Germany)
Cinematic Exchange: Enviroment responsive transport hub. The scheme proposes to design a roof canopy that would allow guided rain penetration to generate a cycle of self cleansing enviroment in the terminal. by Yheu-Shen Chua (Kuala Lumpur)
Emerging Infrastructure: Strategy for a symbiotic relation between infrastructure and captured territory. The scheme proposes a transitional boundary between nature and industry. by Ashkan Sadeghi (Iran)
Reclaiming Land: The importance of the play element in culture and society. Landscape proposal for a diffrenciated performative platfrom. by Konstantinos Zaverdinos (Amsterdam)
OTHER VISIONARY WORKS
OTHER CONCEPTS ON SPACE & LIGHT