Architectural Association Projects Review 04/05
Architectural Association, 2005 - Architecture - 365 pages
Published at the end of every academic year, "AA Projects Review" embodies the spirit and priorities of London's acclaimed Architectural Association. Each unit, from foundation level to the graduate school, makes its own selection of the best student work produced during the year. Noted Dutch graphic designer Irma Boom's layout gives coherence to this extremely diverse body of work. Read by students and architects alike as an indicator of the latest trends, experimental projects, and theoretical concerns, "AA Projects Review" is a unique record of the activities of one of the world's most vital schools of architecture.
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