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AA Members were treated to two fantastic trips abroad this year, the first a visit to the Venice Architecture Biennale where Members stayed on the island of San Georgio Maggiore and were led on a tour of the British Pavilion by co-curator Vanessa Norwood, also head of AA Exhibitions. The AArchitecture Members newsletter was also given out to visitors to the pavilion along with AA student publication Fulcrum.
Pierre Chareau’s stunning Maison de Verre was the destination for a day trip to Paris in March, Members were led on a tour of the exclusive building and also visited Corbusier’s la Maison La Roche.
A day trip to the AA’s Dorset-based campus in Hooke Park is planned for Saturday 29 June to see the newly completed new student accommodation building and Caretaker's House.
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