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Architecture Students Network replaces 'defunct' Archaos

The Architecture Students Network (ASN) has replaced Archaos as the main body representing architecture students in the UK

Operating as an ‘independent network of student representatives’, the organisation replaces Archaos which was founded in 1999 as a student wing of the RIBA.

The ASN will focus on supporting and promoting architecture student events, ‘harnessing’ student opinion, and engaging with ‘established’ and ‘relevant’ national and international educational organisations.

A statement explained: ‘Building upon the positive work that Archaos has been doing over the last decade, the ASN would like to thank all of the students from Archaos, for their efforts in instigating fairer student working conditions and making a perceivable impact in clarifying information regarding the architectural education system in the UK.’

The ASN will run a series of events this summer in partnership with UK schools and is planning to run an annual ‘Architecture Students Assembly’ where students can meet to discuss educational issues.

Students are invited to attend ASN’s next meeting at the University of Greenwich School of Architecture and ‘represent the opinion of their respective schools at this meeting to contribute in the formation of an exciting new organisation.’


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