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Between the A12 and the River Lea - Stage 2 BA (Hons) Arch



BETWEEN THE A12 AND THE RIVER LEA: An exposition of academic speculations beyond 2012

We are pleased to announce that design work from the Stage 2 BA (Hons) Architecture course will be exhibited at the 'Between the A12 and the River Lea' exposition in Hackney Wick.

'Along the edge of the main Olympic site in the east end, a zone of transformation can be found between the A12 and the Lea River, taking in Hackney Wick, the Lea Navigation and Old Ford Lock. Over the past year the area has been a place of significant academic enquiry by students in London and further afield. The exposition showcases the coincidental diversity of thought and endeavor by the next generation of architects, designers and writers in time for the London Architecture Festival 2012.' Colin Priest, Show Organiser

Students have been exploring the area and its relationship to the nearby Olympic complex through design interventions to a series of connective sites.

Their work will be exhibited alongside a number of other schools of architecture and the exposition will form part of the 2012 London Festival of Architecture

Location: ASSEMBLE, Sugarhouse Studios, Unit A2, 107 High Street, Stratford, E15 2QQ

www.sugarhousestudios.co.uk

Nearest DLR: Pudding Mill Lane

Exhibition Opening Hours: 22nd June to 8th July, 8am-6pm, 8pm on Thursday and 12am on Friday

ALL STUDENTS, STAFF AND FRIENDS OF THE SCHOOL WARMLY INVITED TO THE OPENING EVENING ON THURSDAY 21ST JUNE FROM 6PM