William Firebrace
Unit/Programme:History & Theory Studies
Bio: runs the First Year Architecture class at the Akademie Stuttgart. He is author of Things Worth Seeing and is currently finishing one book, Wake Up, and starting another, Memo for Nemo.
Kathryn Firth
Unit/Programme:Housing & Urbanism (H&U)
Bio: Kathryn Firth is an architect and urban designer. In addition to her involvement in the practice, she is the KPF Cities Programme Visiting Fellow in the London School of Economics Cities Programme. She has worked on a range of masterplanning and urban regeneration projects in the USA, Europe and the UK, ranging in scale from the improvements to the public realm, such as the Somerset House master plan and courtyard redesign in London, to the development of a 32-ha brownfield riverside site in Prague, through to the redevelopment of an 80-ha industrial site outside Paris.
Trevor Flynn
Unit/Programme:Media Studies
Bio: Trevor Flynn received an MFA Goldsmiths, is Course Director of Drawing At Work and a freehand drawing tutor at several architectural and engineering offices including Foster + Partners, Future Systems, and Rogers, Stirk, Harbour and Partners. He is visiting tutor at Central St Martins College of Art and Design and RISD.
Kenneth Fraser
Unit/Programme:Technical Studies
Bio: Kenneth Fraser has taught at the AA since 2007 and is a director of Kirkland Fraser Moor Architects (k-f-m.com). He served as an advisor to the Department of the Environment Construction Research and Innovation Strategy Panel.
Gary Freedman
Unit/Programme:Visiting School
Wolfgang Frese
Unit/Programme:Technical Studies
Bio: Wolfgang Frese studied at Stuttgart and the Bartlett, UCL. He is an associate at Alsop Architects working on many international projects.
Adam Nathaniel Furman
Bio: Details to come
Clive Fussel
Unit/Programme:Technical Studies
Bio: Clive Fussell is a chartered structural engineer. He worked at Buro Happold Engineers and in 2010 founded Engenuiti. He studied Engineering Science at Oxford University and graduated from the Interdisciplinary Design for the Built Environment (IDBE) masters degree at the University of Cambridge. He is a member of the Institution of Structural Engineers.
Kathy Gal
Unit/Programme:Professional Practice, Undergraduate Group, Professional Accreditation
Mattia Gambardella
Unit/Programme:Visiting School
Yan Gao
Unit/Programme:Visiting School
Efren Garcia Grinda
Unit/Programme:Diploma Unit 5
Bio: Efrén García Grinda and Cristina Díaz Moreno are both architects, regular contributors to El Croquis and founders of the Madrid-based office amid.cero9 (cero9.com). Since 1998 they have taught at ETSAM and ESAYA, and have been visiting teachers at Cornell, Paris-Malaquais, ESARQ and EPSA. They have won more than 30 prizes in national and international competitions, and their projects and writings have been collected in Breathable and From Cero9 to AMID.
Mehran Gharleghi
Unit/Programme:Technical Studies, Emergent Technologies (EmTech)
Bio: Mehran Gharleghi is an architect, researcher and designer. He received his MArch in Emergent Technologies and Design from the AA and has worked for distinguished architectural practices including Plasma Studio and Foster + Partners. In 2009 he co-founded Studio INTEGRATE with Amin Sadeghy.
Maria S Giudici
Unit/Programme:First Year, Diploma Unit 14, Projective Cities

Maria S Giudici earned her MA from Mendrisio Academy of Architecture, Switzerland, in 2006. Between 2005 and 2007 she worked in Bucharest-based office BAU, collaborated in Rotterdam with Donis in 2010 and Dogma in 2011. After teaching at the Berlage Institute and co-tutoring workshops at TU Delft (2008), TU Munich (2009), and Strelka (2010), she will be an assistant professor at BIArch Barcelona.

Ben Godber
Unit/Programme:Technical Studies
Bio: Ben Godber is a practicing structural engineer and Director of Godber & Co. Prior to training as an engineer, Ben practised and studied architecture. Ben is a graduate of both the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL and Imperial College’s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Before founding Godber & Co, Ben was an Associate at Expedition Engineering where he gained wide experience of delivering structural engineering design on a number of projects in close collaboration with architects. Ben is committed to the teaching of structures and construction technology to architects. He is a frequent guest critic on design juries, he has returned to teach at The Bartlett, and is Associate Lecturer in Structures at the University of Kent’s School of Architecture in Canterbury.
Jonathan Goddard
Unit/Programme:AA Interprofessional Studio (AAIS)
Bio: Jonathan Goddard is a professional dance artist and choreographer and has worked with many major British dance companies. He was the first contemporary dancer to win the Critics Circle National Dance Award for Best Male Dancer and is now teaching and dancing as a founder member of both Goddard Nixon and New Movement Collective.
Victoria Goldstein
Unit/Programme:Visiting School
Francisco Gonzales de Canales
Unit/Programme:Intermediate Unit 8, History & Critical Thinking (HCT)

Francisco González de Canales studied architecture at ETSA Seville, ETSA Barcelona and Harvard University, and worked for Foster + Partners and Rafael Moneo. He is co-director of awardwinning office Canales & Lombardero. An active architectural critic, he has previously lectured in England, Mexico, Spain and the US, worked as AACP coordinator and collaborated in different architectural publications. He is currently AA HTS tutor and has recently published the book Experiments with life itself (Actar 2012) based on his PhD research on the radical domestic selfexperimentations of the 1940s and 1950s.

Saiko Goto
Unit/Programme:Projective Cities
Evan Greenberg
Unit/Programme:Emergent Technologies (EmTech), Technical Studies, Visiting School

Evan Greenberg is a researcher and design consultant based in London. He has worked with architects, engineers, artists and fashion designers around the world. He gained his MSc in Emergent Technologies and Design from the AA where he is also a First Year Technical Studies Tutor. He has lectured and taught internationally and was co-director of the AA San Francisco Visiting School from 2009 to 2011.