Six proposals for a Twenty First Century University

Publication & exhibition detailing the work of the 2016 Architecture Foundation Masterclass

On the fiftieth anniversary of the design of the Florey building in Oxford, the Architecture Foundation convened a four day masterclass at Stirling's building with the aim of exploring how the architecture of the university might rediscover the spirit of formal and social adventure that it so powerfully embodies.

View from college room, produced by 6a Studio

Model produced by Lütjens Padmanabhan studio

The Architecture Foundation have released a publication detailing the work of the 2016 Architecture Foundation Masterclass. The catalogue features work from six studios, run by Kersten Geers, Andrew Clancy and Colm Moore, Emanuel Christ and Victoria Easton, Oliver Lütjens and Thomas Padmanabhan, Stephanie MacDonald and Tom Emerson, and Go Hasegawa.

Allies and Morrison, who sponsored ten of their staff to attend last year's masterclass, will also be displaying work from the event in a special three-week exhibition. Six Proposals for a Twentieth Century University, curated by masterclass participants Valentine Gruwez and Marta Campillo, opened last week and will run until 6th June.

Exhibition details:

16th May - 2nd June

Opening hours
Mon-Fri 9am-7pm

Allies & Morrison, 85 Southwark St, London SE1 0HX

Copies of the Architecture Foundation Masterclass 2016 publication can be purchased from the AF website. Limited copies are available at Allies and Morrison.