Soon after Atlanta, I moved to London to go to school at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London. I loved the revolutionary approach to architecture of the movement “Archigram” from the ‘70’s.
I wanted to learn more about history and creating new spaces. Students and local architects built installations every summer in Bedford Square, a Georgian Square near the British Museum. It was a very different experience than my studio days back in the USA.
While at the Architectural Association, I carried out research for the European Commission to learn to design modern buildings using ancient ways to heat and cool spaces using zero energy. We published a number of design guidelines for techniques and best practice.
Above left: End User Efficiency Research Group