July 15th, 2008

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Second and third year architecture students at the Architectural Association school in London have completed this year’s AA Summer Pavilion, called the Swoosh Pavilion.

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The structure is located outside the AA in Bedford Square and coincides with the London Festival of Architecture, which runs until this weekend.

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In what is turning out to be something of a glut of pavilions, Swoosh joins the [c]space Pavilion (above), which is also located in Bedford Square. See our previous story for more info about this one.

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Photographs by Richard Green. Here’s a bit of text from the London Festival of Architecture:

The Swoosh Pavilion is the 2008 AA Summer Pavilion built annually by the second and third year students of Intermediate Unit 2 tutored by Charles Walker and Martin Self. For the students who conceive, design and construct the pavilion it’s a phenomenological exercise, going from idea to design and finally realization.

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