Fabrizio Gallanti
Unit/Programme:PhD
Position:PhD PhD External Supervisor
Gabriella Garcia
Unit/Programme:HISTORY AND THEORY STUDIES
Position:Course Lecturer
Efrén García Grinda
Unit/Programme:DIP 05
Position:Unit Master
Octavian Mihai Gheorghiu
Unit/Programme:DRL
Position:Software Tutor
Bio: Octavian graduated with a personal distinction from the AA DRL and now works as an architect and design systems analyst at Foster + Partners within the Specialist Modelling Group. He is a visiting lecturer at The Bartlett UCL and a software tutor at the AA DRL.
Maria Sheherazade Giudici
Unit/Programme:DIP 14
Position:Unit Master
Bio: Maria Shéhérazade Giudici is the founder of the publishing and educational platform Black Square and the coordinator of the history and theory course at the School of Architecture of the Royal College of Art. She holds a PhD from TU Delft with a thesis on the construction of modern subjectivity through the project of public space. Before joining the AA, she taught at the Berlage Institute and BIArch Barcelona and worked on large-scale urban plans with offices BAU Bucharest, Donis Rotterdam and Dogma Brussels.
Ekaterina Golovatyuk
Unit/Programme:INTER 15
Position:Unit Master
Bio: Ekaterina Golovatyuk is an independent architect and researcher based in Milan, focusing on cultural projects in Russia and Europe. She has worked at OMA/AMO for eight years where, among other projects, she led the design and execution of Garage Museum of Contemporary Culture in Moscow.
Francisco Gonzalez de Canales
Unit/Programme:INTER 08
Position:Unit Master
Bio: 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 Canales & Lombardero and has lectured in England, Chile, Mexico, Spain and the US. Among his recent publications are First Works (2009), Experiments with Life Itself (2012), Rafael Moneo: A Theoretical Reflection through the Professional Practice (2013) and Rafael Moneo: Building, Teaching and Writing (2015).
Evan Green
Unit/Programme:Technical Studies
Position:Course Lecturer
Bio: Evan Green is an Associate and Acoustician at Kahle Acoustics in Brussels. He specialises in acoustics design for performing arts venues and holds Masters degrees in Acoustics from the University of Southampton and Physics from the University of Bath.
Evan Greenberg
Unit/Programme:Emergent Technologies
Position:Studio Master
Bio: Evan Greenberg is a researcher, designer and educator. He is Studio Master in the AA Emergent Technologies and Design Programme where he has been teaching since 2008 upon gaining his Master of Science with distinction. He has gained considerable experience in practice working with architects, engineers, artists and fashion designers. Evan has lectured internationally and has directed two AA Visiting Schools in the USA: Biodynamic Structures (San Francisco, 2009-2011) and Embedded Intelligence (New York, 2013-2015). He is a member of the Biomimicry Institute since 2012 and has sat on the jury for their Biomimicry Global Design Challenge in 2015 and 2016. Evan has a broad interest in biomimetic, computational and digital fabrication processes. His research centres primarily on the spatial character of urban microclimates and the development of environmental analysis tools for generative design. Evan also has a strong research interest in leveraging technology, and more specifically large-scale prototyping techniques, as a mechanism for teaching and learning, principally investigated through EmTech’s Design/Build projects. Evan has contributed to a number of international conferences and publications including most recently the Association of Architectural Educators (2016), the Architectural Humanities Research Association (2015), the International Association for Shell and Spatial Structures (2015), eCAADe (2014) and Architectural Design (2013).
David Greene
Unit/Programme:
Position:Unit Master
Bio: as previously
Konstantinos Grigoriadis
Unit/Programme:DIP 02
Position:Unit Master
Bio: Kostas Grigoriadis holds a Master in Architecture and Urbanism degree from the Architectural Association’s Design Research Laboratory. He has been a Diploma Unit Master at the AA since 2011 and an External Examiner in Architecture at the University of East London since August 2015. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Architecture by Project at the Royal College of Art in London that focuses on multi-material design methodologies. He has previously worked at Foster and Partners in London and held a Visiting Lecturer position at the RCA from 2012 to 2015.
Joseph Grima
Unit/Programme:INTER 14
Position:Unit Master
Helen Groat
Unit/Programme:Technical Studies
Position:Course Lecturer
Bio: Helen Groat is an Associate structural engineer in one of Arup’s multidisciplinary buildings groups. She is currently managing the structural team completing two of the intricate Crossrail stations and has previously designed sculptures, schools, museums and commercial buildings using a wide variety of materials.
Pablo Gugel Quiroga
Unit/Programme:Technical Studies
Position:Course Tutor, Intermediate
Andrew Richard Haas
Unit/Programme:MEDIA STUDIES
Position:Course Consultant
Soomeen Hahm
Unit/Programme:DRL
Position:Course Tutor
Winston Hampel
Unit/Programme:INTER 10
Position:Unit Master
Samantha Isabel Hardingham
Unit/Programme:
Position:Chair of UMC
Andres Harris Aguirre
Unit/Programme:MEDIA STUDIES
Position:Course Consultant
Juliet Haysom
Unit/Programme:FOUNDATION
Position:Studio Tutor
Bio: Juliet Haysom trained in Fine Art at The Ruskin School, University of Oxford and The Royal College of Art, London. Her commitment to working on site-specific projects led to her completion of RIBA Part-1 at the AA in 2013. She then worked as an Associate Artist at Muf Architecture Art where she assisted as a designer and directed various community engagement projects. She is currently developing an solo artist's commission built into the site of a 19th Century prison in Bristol, and is Lead Artist for a new park on Unity Street in Bristol. She lives and works in London.

The AA has undergone an educational oversight monitoring visit by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) and have received its final report, which is available in full at:

http://www.qaa.ac.uk/reviews-and-reports/provider?UKPRN=10008071

The monitoring visit resulted in the following outcome:

The QAA monitoring team has concluded that we are making commendable progress in implementing the action plan from the Review for Educational Oversight.

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