The Summer Exhibition of Work by the School of Architecture at The Cass will take place at Central House from Friday 27th to Sunday 6th July.
Date: 8 June 2014
The Summer Exhibition of Work by the School of Architecture at The Cass will take place at Central House from Friday 27th to Sunday 6th July, starting with a Private View on 26th June from 6pm to 9pm.
This year the exhibition will include work from the first students completing an MA at MARCH, the partner institution in Moscow which we helped to establish.
During the summer show there will also be a chance to visit the Young Swiss Architects exhibition as part of the International Architecture Showcase and the London Festival of Architecture. This exhibition of work by seven emerging architects from Switzerland will open on the 25th June, with a PV on Tuesday 24th June, and run until the close of the Architecture show on the 6th July. For more details click here.
‘Authorship’, a discussion chaired by Samuel Penn of the AE Foundation, is an event supported by the Swiss Embassy in London and the Cass School of Architecture and is a compliment to an exhibition on Public Building in Switzerland curated by James Payne – senior lecturer at the Cass School of Architecture. For more information click here.
Work by exhibiting students is available in an online catalogue on this website.
To view previous student exhibition work click here.
- Architecture: 27 June - 6 July (PV 26 June)
- Location: The Cass, Central House, 59-63 Whitechapel High St London E1 7PF
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