John Palmesino
Unit/Programme:Diploma Unit 4, Histories & Critical Thinking (HCT), Visiting School, Territorial Urbanism
Bio:

John Palmesino and Ann-Sofi Rönnskog are founders of Territorial Agency, an independent organisation that combines architectural analysis, projects, advocacy and action for the integrated spatial transformation of contemporary territories. John is head of a research group on a series on international cities at ETH Zurich, Studio Basel/ Contemporary City Institute with Jacques Herzog and Pierre de Meuron. John is the co-founder of multiplicity in Milan. He is currently pursuing a PhD at the Research Architecture Centre at Goldsmiths, where he also teaches.

Stefano Pansera Rabolli
Unit/Programme:Visiting School
Bio:

Studied architecture in Italy and at the AA. He has worked with Herzog & de Meuron in Basel on projects in Italy, Spain and the USA. He has been Unit Master in Inter 5 since 2007. He directs the Research Cluster Beyond Entropy, When Energy becomes Form. He is director of RABOLLI PANSERA Ltd.

Dominic Papa
Unit/Programme:Housing & Urbanism (H&U)
Bio: is an architect and urban designer involved in practice, teaching and research. He has taught at the Academies of architecture in Amsterdam and Tilburg, the Netherlands and was an Intermediate Unit Master at the AA from 1997 to 2001. After working with Terry Farrell and Wiel Arets Architects he cofounded s333 Studio for Architecture and Urbanism, based in Amsterdam. s333 believes that rapidly increasing urbanism is presenting new problems of land use, spatial and economic organisation. It is a multidisciplinary organisation working within this emerging market, combining solutions drawn from architecture, urbanism and socio-economics.
Ronnie Parsons
Unit/Programme:Visiting School
Elena Pascolo
Unit/Programme:Housing & Urbanism (H&U)
Bio: Elena Pascolo trained and practised in the fields of housing, urban planning and policy development, both in South Africa and London. She is a practising architect in London and is developing research on transactive urbanism and on irregular and informal urban conditions.
Mauricio Pauly
Unit/Programme:AA Interprofessional Studio (AAIS)
Diego Perez Espita
Unit/Programme:Visiting School
Capucine Perrot
Unit/Programme:Media Studies
Christopher Pierce
Unit/Programme:Intermediate 9, Visiting School, History & Theory Studies, QAA
Bio:

Christopher Pierce completed his architecture studies at Virginia Tech and gained a PhD in architectural history at the University of Edinburgh. He has been teaching at the Architectural Association since 2007 as an Intermediate Unit Master, Lecturer in architectural history and theory and as Director of the AA’s Visiting School programme. He has published widely on seventeenth- and eighteenth-century drawings as well as writing critiques that cover a disparate range of contemporary architects and buildings, from Léon Krier to Ron Arad. Among his recent publications is an edited monograph – Ceramica Cumella: Shaping Ideas | Modelando Ideas – and essays on Herzog and de Meuron, ‘Sleep- er(s)’, AMID.Cero 9, 'Kisses' and Jordi Bonet Armengol, 'Gaudi's Gatekeeper'.

Sergio Pineda Velez
Unit/Programme:Visiting School
Marie-Perrine Placais
Unit/Programme:Visiting School
Thomas Prospert
Unit/Programme:Technical Studies (TS)