AA Inter 3


Bangladesh 15/16 Year Summary by tutor
August 16, 2016, 10:50 am
Filed under: 2015-16, programme | Tags: ,

AA Inter3 15-16 Booklet_Cover

Here is a brochure about the year of 15/16 at Intermediate 3, containing a sample of the students work.

This online brochure is a summary of the work developed within our undergraduate design studio ‘Inter 3’ at the Architectural Association, School of Architecture in London (AA) during the academic year of 2015-16. The work was compiled with the objective to share it with individuals and organisations that have contributed in one way or the other to the process and research during this year-long study.

Part of the work presented in this brochure will be included in our upcoming book ‘Scavengers and Other Creatures in Promised Lands’ (AA Publications & Bedford Press), out in December 2016. The publication will cover almost ten years of research on architectural narratives and the built environment we have undertaken in our studio Inter 3 at the AA School.

You can download the brochure here: AA Inter3 15-16 Booklet (Small)

Special thanks to Chan Leong Nin for helping us put it together!



Final tutorial Third years// Monday 20th by tutor
June 19, 2016, 9:41 pm
Filed under: 2015-16

For the last check before the Riba external examination we will meet tomorrow Monday 20th at the unit space. If you like to rehearse the portfolio please bring it along and make sure you addressed the work in a more compact way (without sacrificing its core concept and flavours).

The final list:

11:00 Alex

11:20 Mikolaj

11:40 Natacha

12:00 Luca

12:20 Tiffany

12:40 Federico



Third year external examiner tutorial by tutor
June 16, 2016, 9:27 pm
Filed under: 2015-16

For Friday 17th tutorial for third years we will do a brief 20 minutes discussing what you are working on. If needed we can meet on Monday again.

the list:

9:30 mikolaj

9:50 Alex

10:10 Luca

10:30 Natacha

10:50 Tiffany

11:10 Federico

11:30 Meeting with second years about exhibition.

 



3rd Year Tutorial by tutor
June 9, 2016, 3:22 pm
Filed under: 2015-16

Third years, for the final tutorial before the final table, please bring your portfolio printed and in order for presentation.

-Please re-hearse before with a friend – keep 10 minutes

The list:

10:00 Mikolaj

10:30 Alex

11:00 Luca

11:30 Federico

12:00 Natacha

12:30 Tiffany



Tutorial Wednesday by tutor
June 8, 2016, 9:02 am
Filed under: 2015-16

3rd years: I will be at the unit space from 13:00 approximately. I will start seeing Mikolaj and Federico. Apart from the latest work, please have the portfolio ordered for presentation – if sheets are not printed just printed them in a4/a3 as place holders.

See you all in a few hours.



current state of final drawing by jouyuhuang
June 5, 2016, 3:39 pm
Filed under: 2015-16

configuration 2 A1 NEW 100 res

Hello Ricardo and Nannette,

This is the current state of the last perspective. I am aware that it probably won’t be able to look as finished as the other one, but I wanted to try to make the idea come across as clear as possible. In this drawing the focus is mainly the usage of the courtyards, and from the view of the people living in the building on how they would use these courtyards. The small pockets of activities included so far are car repair service (derived from the rickshaw fixing base of the infrastructural module), flee market in the alley, cafe, and kids playground. Could you please give me some suggestion to make the purpose of the drawing as clear as possible within the timeframe, such as which parts to focus on.
 Thank you so much.


a key sheet at the beginning by ignatioputra
June 5, 2016, 10:40 am
Filed under: 2015-16, Ignatio

Hello Ricardo and Nanette,

as discussed previously I tried to synthesise the key theme of my project using this sheet, below are  part of my presentation. this sheet will be at the beginning before I explain my project, and after the end of my presentation I would like to reiterate it again

(Aboriginal and Australian map) These are two maps of the same land Australia, one by aboriginal people called ngurara canvas the other is colonial map by European economics. Of what we see, land has multiple meaning for different cultures, one here is in the eye of the indigenous people the other in the eye of European economic. One talk about ancestor life, memories, paths and events the other talk about territory, trade, and barrier. Sometime we see these as two separate entity. However, we realised that both are part of the land. My key theme talks about when one meets the other this one plus this one equals 3. Meaning there is a third nature or third entity that appears as a result of the interaction between the two and not just black and white one or the other. From what I learned I believe that architecture has a role as mediator that allows interpretation of this third nature that may be able to bring forward a new narrative, imagination or decision in the land.

Sorry for this last minute post

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