The 62-year-old was born in Baghdad but enrolled at the Architectural Association in London in 1972 after taking a degree in mathematics from Beirut University.
What does AA stand for?
AA stands for Architectural Association (London, England)
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- Appropriate Action
- Appropriate Authority
- Approval Action
- Approved Apparatus
- Approving Authority
- Approximate Absolute (temperature scale)
- Aptitude Area
- Arachidonic Acid
- Arboricultural Association (Hampshire, England)
- Archery Australia
- Architecture d'Aujourd'hui (French: Architecture Today; magazine)
- Area of Action
- Argentum Astrum (Aleister Crowley's Mystical Fraternity)
- Arithmetic Accuracy
- Arithmetic Average
- Arithmetical Average
- Arlington Annex Building (Virginia)
- Armature Accelerator
- Armed Forces Americas
- Armies in the Atlantic (used with APO/FPO)
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That was the group assignment 14 architecture students from around the world were given last week in a summer design workshop run by London's Architectural Association at the University of Oregon.
Zaha Hadid was born in Baghdad in 1950, receiving a degree in Mathematics from the American University in Beirut before moving to study at London's Architectural Association School of Architecture.
He studied at the Netherlands Film and Television Academy in Amsterdam, at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London and at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.
Born in 1933 into a family of building contractors, he began his architectural career at the Architectural Association in London, and later studied at the University of Liverpool under Quentin Hughes.
A scholarship to the Architectural Association took Jonathan to London in 1974 where he graduated with honours.
Summary: The Interior Design Department at the American University in Dubai (AUD), in collaboration with Architects Claudia Pasquero and Marco Poletto unit masters at the Architectural Association in London and directors of the ecologic Studio in London, recently organized a five-day workshop for its students on EcoMachines entitled, "Ecological Fun Park.
She followed up her fine art studies with a degree in architecture and won the Architectural Association of IrelanS d Award in 2000.