Monday, 9 May 2011

‘Swoosh’ Pavilion, by Architectural Association students

swoosh-pavilion-at-the-architectural-association-lfa2008_aapav_1 It’s encouraging to discover that this is what is getting students excited these days. The home of avant garde bollocks and deconstructed trash, London’s Architectural Association School of Architecture (aka AA), now sees students pursuing spatial adventure through geometric development. Witness for example this construction recently decorating Bedford Square, ‘The Swoosh Pavilion,' an easily de-mountable summer pavilion and shading structure.

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