The Critical Subjects” Summer School is supported by The Architectural Review and will be held between 13th – 19th July. The school takes place in five leading architects’ offices in London:
Zaha Hadid Architects; Arup, AHMM, ORMS, Amin Taha.
We will also be holding days at: The Architectural Review and The Building Centre/China Design Institute, London.
Students wishing to attend will have to submit a proposal taking the form of a slideshow (pdf or PPT) or a short film. The proposal should address the provocation/question: “There is nothing modern about modern architecture“. Entries will be blind judged by an illustrious international panel.
The Sumer School is open to all architecture and built environment students internationally: from Masters students, year out students and final year undergraduates.
All current information is online (with more details of individual debates to follow), however, if there are any queries, please send them to this address.