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Ref NoAA/02/02/01/03/31
Extent19 sheets, 1 portfolio case
TitleTony Fretton, 1971-72
DescriptionComprises of student work produced by Tony Fretton during his 5th Year at the AA, 1971-72.
AccrualsNone expected
Admin_HistoryTony Fretton studied at the AA from 1966-1972 and obtained his RIBA part 3 examination in 1974. He worked for Arup as an architectural assistant from 1968-1969 and 1972-1975 and as project architect for Neylan and Ungless (1978-1980), followed by Chapman Taylor (1978-1980). In 1982 he founded Tony Fretton Architects, some of whose notable work includes, The Lisson Gallery buildings, Marylebone, London (1986 and 1992), the Artsway Centre for Visual Arts, Sway, Hampshire (1996), the Quay Arts Centre for visual and performing arts, Newport, Isle of Wight (1998), Faith House, Holton Lee Centre for artists with disability in rural Dorset (2002). More recently, the practice has been responsible for the design of a gallery for the Arts Council Collection of Sculpture at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park (2003), the Camden Arts Centre, London (2004), the house and studio of the artist Brad Lochore, Shoreditch (2008) and the house for Anish and Susanne Kapoor (2008) The practice has also been involved in projects accross Europe such as the British Embassy in Warsaw ( 2009). Tony has also taught as a unit master at the AA from 1988-1992, Visiting Professor at EPFL Lausanne in 1996, the Berlage Institute Amsterdam, 1997, and the Graduate School of Design, Harvard USA from 2004-2005, visiting Professor at ETH Zurich from 2010-2011, Professor Chair of Architectural Design & Interiors at Technical University of Delft in the Netherlands from 1999-2013. He currently teaches a unit at Graduate level in the London Metropolitan University 'The Cass'.
Custodial_HistoryRetained by Tony Fretton until the 30th of October 2017.
AcquisitionDonated to the AA Archives by Tony Fretton on the 30th of October, 2017.
Arch_NoteDescription by Elena Palacios Carral
Creator_NameTony Fretton


Image_DataTony Fretton, AA Year 5, 1971-72, Project for a School of Architecture, axonometric
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