AA Jordan is a unique ten-day computational architecture workshop as part of the Architectural Association' Visiting School Programmes. The UNESCO world heritage sites of Petra and Wadi Rum are part of the focus of the workshop and will be visited, researched, investigated and inhabited for two days.
The Jordanian desert ecology is a distinct unaltered antiquity, a magnificent heterogeneous landscape that is emergent of fluid erosion processes which have occurred over fifty million years. The biodiversity of the desert reveals a vast platform for research into natural artifacts. Participants will investigate natural phenomena which include sand dunes, rock strata, rock bridges, canyon, gorge and mountain formations. During the course of the workshop, participants will visit, examine and inhabit two UNESCO world heritage sites: Wadi Rum and Petra; the later named as one of the worlds seven wonders.
Ross Lovegrove, Ross Lovegrove Studio
Wael Attili, Kharabeesh
Full Public Programme of Lectures, Discussion and Reviews to be announced in June
Limited Spaces are Available, Application form accessible here
The AA requires a fee of 845GBP. This includes:
Access to full workshop events
- Design-Research Units
- Specialist Technical Seminars
- Public Programme of Lectures, Discussions and Reviews
- Access to fabrication facilities
- Travel and Accommodation to Wadi Rum and Petra for 2 Days
- All entrance fees to Petra and Wadi Rum
You can Visit our website http://jordan.aaschool.ac.uk
or email us at email@example.com
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