Archinect - AA Visiting School Jordan 2022-06-30T09:18:22-04:00 AA Visiting School in Jordan 2018 - MARS 2.0 Kais Al-Rawi 2018-05-17T04:10:21-04:00 >2018-08-05T19:16:04-04:00 <p><strong>MARS 2.0</strong></p><p>June 24th to July 3rd 2018</p> <p><a href="" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Prospectus</a>&nbsp;</p> <p>Amman-Wadi Rum-Petra</p><p><a href="" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"></a></p> <p><a href="*wb6fPeeLR1oJb8hKJGC974iFXaC5oU-QG8-E8BjQjc6KhDEBDtv6wIbsAbrzQLzsWHMiEZ7l1EIx5Urz8OzOTQ/desertimage2017small.jpg" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"><img src="*wb6fPeeLR1oJb8hKJGC974iFXaC5oU-QG8-E8BjQjc6KhDEBDtv6wIbsAbrzQLzsWHMiEZ7l1EIx5Urz8OzOTQ/desertimage2017small.jpg?width=750"></a>The AA Visiting School in Jordan is a ten-day intensive course based in Amman, with organized&nbsp;visits to the Wadi Rum Desert and Petra -UNESCO world heritage sites. The course includes&nbsp;technical software tutorials in cutting-edge software, a design component, and guest lecture series.</p><p>The Visiting school is an extraordinary travel, learning and networking experience as well as a credential for graduate studies and career opportunities.&nbsp;The course is focused on speculating architecture for MARS, the Wadi Rum desert is resemblant of Martian landscapes, where&nbsp;Ridley Scott's 'The Martian' was filmed&nbsp;starring Matt Damon. The course will focus on novel techniques in design and fabrication at multiple scales: material, architectural and urban.<br>&nbsp;<br>Contact&nbsp;<a href="" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"></a>&nbsp;visit&nbsp;<a href="" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"></a>&nbsp;for registration and details.&nbsp;<b><i>Accommodation is available at Antika Hotel for shared twin rooms with other participants ...</i></b></p> AA Visiting School Jordan 2016 Kais Al-Rawi 2016-05-12T03:43:59-04:00 >2016-05-15T23:35:44-04:00 <p>AA Jordan is a ten-day computational architecture workshop as part of the Architectural Association' Visiting School Programmes.</p><p>Hyperbolic Reefs</p><p>Dates: July 16 to 25, 2016</p><p>Location: Amman and Aqaba / Red Sea . Jordan</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><img src="*iWCScQ97e5N9nuIrqpgWn2cUCg9xWsDxkTxrfztI77gZEM*TsUyT6Dmre8t6s2EI8DSicsoW5DKuvRKIz2TU6hw/AA.jpg?width=750"><img src=""></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>AGENDA:</strong></p><p>At Jordan&rsquo;s southern-most tip, the Gulf of Aqaba encapsulates a vast biodiversity of marine life including coral reefs and benthic organisms and habitats; many of which are endemic to the area.</p><p>As part of our programme agenda on &lsquo;Natural Extremities&rsquo; we continue to build-up on design-research into unique ecological phenomena in the region. In July 2016, the focus will be on distinct marine topologies and morphologies found in the Gulf of Aqaba; and their transfiguration into outcomes within architecture and design with a particular focus on computational design methods.&nbsp;</p><p>The ten-day programme will bring together a network of distinguished international faculty and guests to offer design-research units, specialist software tutorials and a guest-lecture series; the pr...</p> Crystalline Formations - AA Summer Workshop featuring the Dead Sea Kais Al-Rawi 2015-05-18T03:35:28-04:00 >2015-05-18T03:35:28-04:00 <p>AA Jordan is a ten-day computational architecture workshop as part of the Architectural Association' Visiting School Programmes.</p><p>Dates: July 23 to August 2, 2015</p><p>Location: Dead Sea and Amman, Jordan</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><img src="*iWCScQ97e5N9nuIrqpgWn2cUCg9xWsDxkTxrfztI77gZEM*TsUyT6Dmre8t6s2EI8DSicsoW5DKuvRKIz2TU6hw/AA.jpg?width=750"><a href="*1w0-YzDAA-FoeEnO-jvQrpVGeA0vtjvcbSr*qacdrNNAHAed4eCqLoXrM5aEgkEYiyPBCFzVtW47hkjny71K*g9sykr1/twip_111117_11.jpg" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"><img src="*iXhF0EAo0nc1X0dbf-HSZPMRj6KLh4xz0XKguWGGqv0l8G5dF8*ykFWBDhBWoHiOLU0gFQTptSbu*BhcGBsisC5/short.jpg?width=750"></a></p><p><strong>AGENDA:</strong></p><p>The Dead Sea is a hyper-saline lake which exists at 427 metres below sea level and features a one-of-a-kind extreme ecological condition. It is the lowest point on earth and exhibits a diverse platform for research into the Ecomorphology of crystalline formations.</p><p>In 2015, the AA in Jordan continues in its third-cycle to build up on research into naturally occurring phenomena in the region, and how these phenomena can inform design methodologies which re-think existing practices. The programme will focus on crystalline formations and their potential development at a variety of architectural and urban scales through the use of cutting-edge computational design technology.</p><p>The programme will bring together a network of distinguished faculty and guests to offer design-research units, spe...</p> The Architectural Association in Jordan - Amman, Petra and Wadi Rum, June 14-24 Kais Al-Rawi 2014-05-26T23:00:04-04:00 >2014-05-26T23:00:04-04:00 <p>AA Jordan is a ten-day computational architecture workshop as part of the Architectural Association' Visiting School Programmes.</p><p>Dates: June 14 to June 24, 2014</p><p>Location: Amman, Petra and Wadi Rum Jordan</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><a href="*4Dvp1jj9Sq9nrU755NuSsaKjdnrEH3egBTrczJnaXVTDxI19nS8b--/petrajordan.jpg" rel="nofollow" target="_blank"><img src="*4Dvp1jj9Sq9nrU755NuSsaKjdnrEH3egBTrczJnaXVTDxI19nS8b--/petrajordan.jpg?width=750"></a></p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>Agenda</strong></p><p>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&nbsp;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.<br><br>Throughout the design-research workshop, participants will investigate the morphology of the desert and its underlying principles and processes within a computational context; wor...</p>