For the final film in our Ways of Seeing series, we visit the offices of Brett Steele, director of the Architectural Association School of Architecture
For over 10 years, Brett Steele has been the director of the Architectural Association School of Architecture, the only private architectural school in Britain. It’s a position that has seen him bring more than 150 teachers to the school from Europe, Asia and the Americas, while updating its curriculum and developing new departments to ensure it remains relevant to contemporary architecture.
In the last installment of our Ways of Seeing series, which, over the past fortnight, has examined the unique perspectives of six creatives, Brett discusses how he got into architecture, the joy he finds in his work and how he builds his identity around his glasses.
See below for more from the Ways of Seeing series.
Brett wears acetate double bridge frame opticals STARCK EYES at DAVID CLULOW and his own clothes
Director Dean G Moore
Producer Anthony Le Breton
Director of Photography Chris Ferguson
Editor Tom Sweetland
Creative Direction Black Sheep Studios
Styling Alex Petsetakis
Styling Assistant Amii Mcintosh
Grooming Liz Daxauer at Caren using Tom Ford Grooming
Port Production Director Nick Rainsford