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CONCTRETE GEOMETRIES:
Spatial Form in Social and Aesthetic Processes, 15.05-05.06.2010
AA London
 
    
Concrete Geometries is a work-in-progress term derived from the synthesis of ‘concrete’, registering an existing reality or actual experience, and the abbreviation ‘geometries’, denoting spatial form. Set up as a research cluster at the Architectural Association School of Architecture, Concrete Geometries investigates the intimate relationship between spatial form and human processes – be they social or aesthetic – and the variety of new material entities this relationship might provoke.

To advance this research, the cluster launched an international PREVIEW as the first in a series of events featuring selected work.