From next Friday 22nd will take place the AA Projects Review Exhibition. The place of the event is located in the Architectural Association’s main building at 36 Bedford Square, London WC1B3ES. Projects Review offers an overview of the AA’s 2011/12 acadamic year. On display are hundreds of drawings, models, installations, phogographs and other materials documenting the diversity and experimental nature of the AA School. ‘At the AA architecture is pursued as a form of cultural knowledge, across year-long design projects and portfolios. We believe that truly great schools don’t just nurture and support architectural talent: they build audiences for experimentation, out of which new architectural ideas, visions and projects emerge. Please join us as part of this audience, which the AA remains committed to promoting at the cutting edge of architectural cuture, practice and learning.’ The access to this Friday event required invitation but will be free the rest of the days until 14th July. More images after the break
Cover image: Inter 2 – Hélène Solvay, Eccentric, Superfluous Entities Peacefully Protest Against Efficient and Rational Takeover of Dean Street – investigation into the interior of no. 7 Meard Street.