In Autumn 2014 The Architecture Foundation presented its annual group exhibition showcasing speculative architectural futures explored in the work of recent architecture graduates.
A collaborative project with emerging Finnish architects, Aarti, Ollila & Ristola to design and build a permanent Floating Viewpoint structure for Camley Street Natural Park in London’s King’s Cross.
Two leading auteur filmmakers, Jean-Luc Godard and Guy Maddin, respond with idiosyncratic brilliance to commissions to create filmic portraits of towns they have called home. Maddin's celebrated and singular 'surrealist mocumentary' explores the director's Canadian hometown. Godard's letter of refusal offers a concise essay on cinema, place and urban experience.
In Autumn 2014 The Architecture Foundation's Urban Pioneers programme is heading to Thamesmead, where we will be working with a group of young people to make a film that investigates the local built environment and issues it faces.
As part of Spotlight's summer holiday programme, The Architecture Foundation worked with a group of young people who live or study around Poplar to critically explore the area through a series of free creative workshops.
The AF is delighted to announce the appointment of Ellis Woodman as the charity’s new director.
Godard's filmic 'letter of refulsal' to create a film in commemoration of Lausanne's 500th anniversay will now be shown alongside Guy Maddin's My Winnipeg, in an double-bill of the directors' singular responses to commisions to create portraits of their hometowns.
The Architecture Foundation is delighted to announce the launch of the short film made from material gathered during Thamesmead Urban Pioneers' investigation.
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