On Friday, July 13, the Academy of Architecture organized the Midsummer Night Lecture, an annual lecture for teachers, students and staff on a current topic in architecture, urban design or landscape architecture. The lecture also marks the end of the academic year. This year, the lecture was given by Oliver Wainwright, the architecture and design critic of The Guardian.
During this evening the first copy of the annual newspaper was also presented to all students and teachers. The lecture was followed by a student party.
The photos, made by Marlise Steeman, can be found on Flickr.