AA Files #71

Edited by Tom Weaver


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AA Files is the Architectural Association’s journal of record and offers a platform for exchange connecting the research produced by the AA community to a larger architectural debate globally.

Architecture, Magazine
AA Files 71 features essays on Brunelleschi, by Pier Vittorio Aureli, on the Museum Insel Hombroich, by William Firebrace, on Louis Bonnier, possibly the most boring architect in nineteenth-century France, by Andri Gerber, on the relationship between the artist Joseph Beuys, the architect Hans Hollein and the curator Johannes Cladders, by Eva Branscome, and two conversations, the first with Irish-American architect Kevin Roche, and the second with the Japanese architect Hiroshi Hara.

Thomas Weaver is an architectural writer, teacher and editor. Since 2007 he has worked at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London, where he managed all of the AA’s publications, including editing the long-running journal AA Files. Now he is the MIT press editor for art and architecture.

160 pages
Paperback, 19x24 cm
AA Publications, 1st edition 2021
ISBN 9781907896804