1) You can make an application by completing the online application found under ‘Links and Downloads’ on the AA webpage. If you are not able to make an online application, please contact the Visiting School Office for instructions to pay by bank transfer or by telephone.
2) Once you complete the online application and make a full payment, you are registered onto the programme. Please note that a deposit payment holds your place on the course but does not confirm it. A CV or a portfolio are not required but we welcome submissions.
3) Early Bird Discounts are available. Please contact the Visiting School Office/ Enter your AA email address for further information.

The deadline for applications is: June 2022.

The workshop is open to current architecture and/or design students, PhD candidates and young professionals. Software Requirements: Adobe Creative Suite, Rhino (SR7 or later)


The AA Visiting School requires a fee of £695 per participant, which includes a £60 Visiting Membership fee, payable by all participants. Fees do not include flights or accommodation, but accommodation options can be advised. Students need to bring their own laptops and any other digital equipment they feel may benefit their time on the course. The space and model making tools are fully provided.


All participants travelling from abroad are responsible for securing any visa required, and are advised to contact their home embassy early. After full payment of course fees, the AA School can provide a letter confirming participation in the workshop.

All participants are responsible for securing their own travel and health insurance. Please ensure that your travel insurance also covers your personal belongings i.e. laptop, equipment, tools, passport etc. The AA takes no responsibility for lost/ stolen property.

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Marco Vanucci is an architect and founder of OPENSYSTEMS Architecture. He studied architecture in Italy and UK and has worked for various international offices, including Zaha Hadid Architects and AKTII. Marco has taught architectural technology at KTH Stockholm and has led design studios at the Architectural Association in London. He currently teach at the Welsh School of Architecture. His work focuses on the relationship between architecture, computation and craft and has been widely exhibited. Marco has lectured and is regular guest critic in several architectural Universities in the UK and Europe.

Manuel Orazi is an historian and critic of architecture. He works for the Italian publishing house Quodlibet, based in Macerata, as editor and teaches at the University of Ferrara and at the Accademia di Architettura USI in Mendrisio, Switzerland. He published, together with Yona Friedman, The Dilution of Architecture (Zurich, Park Books 2015), edited the book by Rem Koolhaas, Études sur (ce qui s'appelait autrefois) la ville (Paris, Payot 2017) and contributed to LAN, Napoli Super Modern (Zurich, Park Books 2020). He also writes on "Log", "Domus" and the Italian newspaper "Il Foglio".

Anna Muzychak has been working in architectural practice and teaching in London since graduating from the Architectural Association in 2015. She founded her own design practice, Ania Chak Studio, in 2019 to work on residential and commercial projects in Eastern Europe and London. Prior to that, she worked for Ben Adams Architects on numerous commercial and mixed-use projects in London and the wider region. Anna is co- unit master of Diploma 21 and Studio Master in the first year programme at the Architectural Association school of Architecture.

Programme Coordinator: Federica Ciavattini