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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… 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 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. 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 Jacopo Galimberti (University of Bologna) Join us on Wednesday, Jan 27, at 6 PM London time on Zoom for an event organized by the PhD Programme of the Architectural Association. Recent years have seen a surge of interest in the Wages for Housework Campaign, a feminist movement active during the 1970s and […]

Join us on Zoom (link below) at 4 pm London time for a seminar with Stefan Gruber organized by the PhD Programme of the Architectural Association, London Commoning the City: Notes on Assembling an Atlas Against the backdrop of the escalating climate crisis, social inequity and political polarization, the failures of governments or the market […]

A Seminar with Philippe Morel Organized by the AA PhD Programme Wednesday, February 19, 6.30 PM Architectural Association London, 33 Bedford Square, First Floor In 2007, Tim Berners-Lee coined the expression “Giant Global Graph” as a definition of web 3.0 based on the semantic linkages of human and machine-created data objects. 13 years later, architects […]

Open Research Seminar at the Architectural Association ‘City/Architecture’ PhD Programme Pier Vittorio Aureli & Maria Shéhérazade Giudici The seminar focuses on the history of settlements from prehistory to today seen from the perspective of one of the most controversial issues of human history: the process of domestication. By domestication we mean the complex of practices […]

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 […]

A Seminar organized by the City/Architecture Phd Programme Guest lecturer Łukasz Stanek, Manchester Architecture Research Centre Wednesday, February 1st, 6.30 pm Architectural Association 33 Bedford Square, First Floor, Front Room Against the dominant reduction of architecture’s globalisation to “Westernization,” this talk argues that the world-wide mobility of architecture was accelerated after World War II by […]