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A seminar with Alessandro Porotto (TU Delft/ KU Leuven) organised by the Architectural Association’s PhD programme, on Wednesday, May 25, at 6 pm UK time on Zoom https://aaschool.zoom.us/j/85453764303… This talk explores the Interwar collective housing projects developed in Vienna and Frankfurt. Hof et Siedlung constitute two alternative typo-morphological models, each of them refers to a […]

Going away to college: Living as a student from medieval university to today A Seminar with Marson Korbi organised by the PhD Programme of the Architectural Association on Wednesday, May 11, at 6 pm UK time https://aaschool.zoom.us/j/82687547655?pwd=QW1ZdEFxQXFYWXYvb0tFTUthZjJNQT0 Once away from the family, for many students living and studying in a metropolis could become a nightmare […]

Join us on Wednesday, October 20, at 6 pm (London time) for a seminar organised by the PhD programme of the Architectural Association. https://aaschool.zoom.us/j/85672997105?pwd=TzhEL1lXZGl2MjA3Uk1xTWtrQ1NGUT09 How and where to locate our collective values is at the core of reconciling what it means to live in a pluralistic society. If we understand pluralism as the dialectic of […]

A seminar with Irina Davidovici (ETHZ) organized by the PhD Programme of the Architectural Association Wednesday, February 10, at 6 pm UK time – see zoom link below This lecture examines the bourgeois projections and expectations that underlined the reform of early working-class housing estates in late-19th and early-20th century London. It hypothesizes that the urban and […]

A Seminar series by Pier Vittorio Aureli & Maria Shéhérazade Giudici Fall Term 2017 Architectural Association, London, PhD Program ‘City/Architecture’ The seminar will focus on a critical history of domestic architecture from its origins to the present. Why we live in houses? Why has this become the predominant way of living? Why has the history […]