Eleni Axioti holds an MA in History & Theory of Architecture from the AA and a MEng Diploma with Honours from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She is currently a PhD candidate at the AA and is a practising designer, writer and editor in London. Andrea Bagnato studied at TU Delft and Goldsmiths. He has edited the books SQM: The Quantified Home (2014) and A Moving Border: Alpine Cartographies of Climate Change (2019), and runs a longstanding research project about architecture and epidemiology. Doreen Bernath graduated from Cambridge University as an architect and completed her PhD at the AA. She has taught the Universities of Plymouth and Leeds and the AA. Edward Bottoms studied history at the University of Exeter and holds an MA from the University of East Anglia. He runs the AA Archives and has published on a range of subjects including art collecting, portraiture, architectural museums and the history of architectural education. Mark Campbell holds a PhD from Princeton University and has taught histories and theories at the AA since 2005. He is a
Susan Chai graduated at the AA and is currently practising in London and Canada as an architect and freelance translator. She works for the Forum of Contemporary Architectural Theories, a collaborative project between the AA and Southeast University in Nanjing, China since 2009. Susan is currently developing a documentary project for a MPhil in Media Practice. Tatjana Crossley is currently a PhD candidate at the AA focusing on the psychological and philosophical construction of body image as it relates to immersive environments. Tatjana completed her MA in architecture at GSD Harvard University, and her BA at Rice University and has worked for architecture studios Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (San Francisco). Mark Cousins is Head of History & Theory Studies at the AA. He was educated at the University of Oxford and the Warburg Institute. He has been visiting professor at Columbia University and is now guest professor at Southeast University in Nanjing, China. Nerma Cridge grew up in Sarajevo and studied architecture at the University of Birmingham, the Bartlett and the AA. She runs the design practice Drawing Agency and has worked for practitioners including Thomas Heatherwick and art2architecture. Nerma’s current research revolves around architectural drawing, postCommunist monuments and abstraction. She is the author
of Drawing the Unbuildable (Routledge, 2015) and is now working on the forthcoming publication, Restless: Drawn by Zaha Hadid. Francesca Romana Dell’Aglio is an architect, writer and educator. She holds an MA in History and Critical Theory (the AA) and studied at Istituto Universitario di Architettura di Venezia (IUAV). Francesca is a unit tutor at IUAV and Oxford Brookes University, and is currently a teaching assistant in History & Theory Studies both at Central St Martins and the AA. She has collaboratively worked on exhibitions including Venice Biennale of Architecture (2014) and has been an editor of the Venice-based academic journal Engramma. Her writing has appeared in Lobby, STUDIO magazine and Engramma.
visiting professor at Southeast University, Nanjing and has previously taught at the Cooper Union, Princeton University and Auckland University. He is the author of Paradise Lost (AA Publications).
Pier Vittorio Aureli is an architect and educator. His research and projects focus on the relationship between architectural form, political theory and urban history. He is Louis Kahn Visiting Professor at the School of Architecture, Yale University, and the author of The Possibility of an Absolute Architecture (2011) and The Project of Autonomy: Politics and Architecture Within and Against Architecture (2008). He is co-founder of Dogma, an architectural studio based in Brussels.
Ryan Dillon holds an MA from the AA’s History & Theory of Architecture programme and has been Unit Master of Intermediate 5 since 2013. He currently teaches on AA’s History & Theory and DRL courses. He has taught at the University of Brighton and previously worked at Moshe Safdie Architects. Georgios Eftaxiopoulos graduated at the AA and is pursuing his PhD in Architectural Design. He teaches at the AA and RCA, Berlage Institute and the University of Navarra. He has previously practised in Belgium and Switzerland. William Firebrace was an architecture professor at Stuttgart Academy of Fine Arts and is author of various articles and books, including Marseille Mix (2010), Memo for Nemo (2014) and Star Theatre (2017). Currently he is working on a book on miniature worlds.