Architecture Internships in the UK - London

Many of the world’s most ambitious buildings were drawn up in London studios, such as Apple’s headquarters in California (Foster & Partners) and National Museum of African American History & Culture in Washington DC (David Adjaye). The city leads the architectural world in innovation, teaching and sustainable practices. London’s Architectural Association (AA) is one of the most prestigious architecture schools in the world, where stars of the field including Zara Hadid, Rem Koolhaas and Will Alsop all studied and later returned to teach.

Architecture is both an economic and creative powerhouse in the capital: it is worth more than the city’s industrial design, graphics and fashion sectors combined. Author and architect Simon Henley describes the city as “a meeting place for East and West, for clients, academics, critics and practitioners”.