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Campaigning Architecture (AA/UIC Global Workshop 2013)
Where:  London, UK - 36 Bedford Square, London, WC1B 3ES, UK (map it)
When:   Saturday, June 22, 2013 - Saturday, July 06, 2013


Campaigning Architecture is an international design workshop that operates across a range of scales and disciplines to explore more effective ways to make thought-provoking changes to our urban environment. Join us in exploring new modes of urban intervention for a hedonistic reuse and reactivation of a fatigued site in London’s East End.

Campaign strategies engage the city like no other: from the London Cycling Campaign to provide a collective voice for the City’s cyclists; to the cross-party campaign to bring London’s air quality into compliance with World Health Organization standards; to London’s successful bid for the 2012 Summer Olympic Games. Executed as an amalgamation of military-like precision and haphazard logic, the effectiveness of campaigning lies in successfully navigating the social, political, and economic networks that make a city tick.

The two-week workshop will develop and deploy multiple ways for campaigning architecture—enabling participants to combine the potential of design intelligence with the strategic power of propaganda in order to get things done in the city.

Andrew Moddrell
Tatiana von Preussen
Emanuel de Sousa
Kirk Wooller

‘Early Bird’ 20% Discount Deadline: 1st March 2013

For more information: http://chicago.aaschool.ac.uk
Program Director: Kirk Wooller, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

About AA/UIC Global Workshop:
Established in 2011, the AA/UIC Global Workshop is an international design workshop initiative between the Architectural Association and University of Illinois at Chicago Schools of Architecture. Its aim is to develop and deploy thought-provoking changes to our urban environment. The Workshop attracts pragmatic idealists wishing to explore alternative forms of practice that creatively and collaboratively engage with our peers, our communities, and our world. These include students, recent graduates, and young professionals in the fields of architecture, landscape urbanism, graphic design, and related fields.

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