architecture association school: seed 2 scene architecture association school: seed 2 scene
may 22, 2010

architecture association school: seed 2 scene

‘darker space’

creations by students from the architectural association school take root in a disused building at the covent garden in london to mark the start of ‘seed 2 scene’,  a two week programme of free events, talks, and performances run by the architecture association school’s interprofessional studio to help bring creatives and entrepreneurs together during economically tough times. the events provide networks, advice and inspiration to the next generation of young creative talent from all disciplines, not just architecture.

‘darker space’

the aim of the project is to create new ways of bringing people together to form new and unexpected ideas and outcomes.  forthcoming events range from a dance performance from new movement, a collective of choreographers with a long history of unusual collaborations through to a career section enabling young creative individuals and businesses to seek advice from established professionals.  

‘darker space’

‘darker space’ designed by this years AAIS participants emu masuyama, eugene soler, raluca grada, prayrika mathur and vikrant tike, is made from edge wood, giving the design a dark rough outside and a smooth light inside.

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