Hugo Hinsley
Unit/Programme:Housing and Urbanism
Position:Co-Director
Bio:

Hugo Hinsley is an architect with experience in housing, community buildings and urban development projects. He works mainly in London, and has been a consultant to many projects in Europe, Australia and the US. He is a member of the research committee of Europan, and has taught, lectured and published internationally. He was the Chettle Fellow at the University of Sydney in 1996. Recent research includes Londons design and planning, particularly in Docklands and Spital?elds; urban policy and structure in European cities; and housing and urban density.

Tyson Hosmer
Unit/Programme:DRL
Position:Software Tutor
Bio: Tyson Hosmer works as a project architect and computational researcher with Cecil Balmond in London. He has worked in the offices of Asymptote Architecture, Axi:Ome and Kokkugia. He holds a Masters from the AA. He has lectured and taught in the US and Europe
David Illingworth
Unit/Programme:Technical Studies
Position:Diploma Course Tutor
Bio: David Illingworth is a chartered structural engineer working at Buro Happold. He studied civil and structural engineering at the University of Sheffield and was awarded a Happold Scholarship. He has also tutored at the Welsh School of Architecture and lectured at Imperial College.
Anderson Inge
Unit/Programme:MEDIA STUDIES
Position:Intermediate Course Tutor
Bio:

Teaches TS structures courses and MS drawing course. He studied architecture at the AA and at the University of Texas at Austin, before completing additional academic trainings in structures (at MIT) and sculpture (at St Martins). He practices in London, and has taught on undergraduate and graduate programs in the USA and Europe, including the Ruskin School at the University of Oxford, Central St Martins (sculpture), Auburn University’s ‘Rural Studio’ in Alabama, and the Sir John Soane Museum, London.

Nannette Jackowski
Unit/Programme:INTER 03
Position:Unit Master
Bio: Nannette Jackowski and Ricardo de Ostos are the principles of NaJa & deOstos, a studio developed as a platform for experimental architecture. They are the authors of The Hanging Cemetery of Baghdad (2007 Springer WienNewYork) and are currently working on the next installment of Pamphlet Architecture (2008 Princeton Architectural Press). Their projects have been exhibited widely, e.g. at the 6th International Architecture Biennale in Sao Paulo/Brazil and The Summer Exhibition 2006 at the Royal Academy of Arts in London.
Sam Mirko Christian Jacoby
Unit/Programme:PROJECTIVE CITIES
Position:Course Director
Bio: Sam Jacoby is an architect with a PhD from the Technische Universität Berlin. He has worked in the UK, US and Malaysia. Having taught at the AA since 2002, he has also worked at the University of Nottingham and the Bartlett School of Architecture.
Martin Collins Jameson
Unit/Programme:DIP 01
Position:Unit Master
Bio: Martin Jameson is an architect and partner at Serie Architects. He received his diploma with honours from the AA. He has a BA from Oxford University where he studied Kantian philosophy and political theory, and an MBA from IMD, Switzerland.
Paul Jeffries
Unit/Programme:DRL
Position:Software Tutor
Lily Jencks
Unit/Programme:INTER 13
Position:Unit Master - Intermediate Unit 13
Bio: Lily Jencks is founder of JencksSquared and LilyJencksStudio, which undertakes architecture, landscape and interior projects in the UK and abroad. Work spans from intimate interiors to urban parks, looking at how content-driven forms can create strong identities for meaningful public interaction. She studied at Columbia University and holds a Masters in Architecture and Landscape Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania.
George Jeronimidis
Unit/Programme:Emergent Technologies
Position:Co-Director
Bio:

George Jeronimidis is the Director of the Centre for Biomimetics in the School of Construction Management and Engineering. He is an active member of the Smart Materials and Structures Committee of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IoM3). He has published extensively in these fields with articles in scientific journals, books and conference contributions, including keynote lectures. He is a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Max Planck Institute of Colloid and Interfaces in Potsdam, Germany and is on the editorial board of the International Journal of Virtual and Physical Prototyping.

Heiko Kalmbach
Unit/Programme:AAIS
Position:Tutor, Film Seminar & Event 1
Bio: Heiko Kalmbach is a filmmaker, theatre director and video artist based in Berlin. He started making films when he moved to New York City in the mid 90s where he stayed for ten years. His award winning shorts have screened internationally, and his feature documentary IF ONE THING MATTERS premiered in the Forum at Berlin International Film Festival in 2008. Since 2003 he has reengaged with live performance as a director and projection designer with work being presented at festivals like the Drama Fest Mexico, Autorentheatertage Hamburg, Tanz Bremen and the Fusion Festival. Most recently he presented the show SEESTÜCKE at Volksbühne Berlin, a piece which included 35mm film projection, numerous video elements and a group of non actors performing in five different languages. He is co-founder of the Berlin based production company Spoonfilm and the performance group Naturaleza Humana.
Mariam Kapsali
Unit/Programme:Sustainable Enviromental Design
Position:Course Tutor
Bio: Mariam Kapsali graduated with distinction from the Faculty of Architecture of the National Technical University of Athens and won a scholarship to the MSc in SED at the AA which she completed with distinction in 2012. She is a member of the Oxford Institute of Sustainable Develop- ment and a researcher at Oxford Brookes University working on UK government funded projects dealing with building performance evaluation studies of domestic and non-domestic buildings. She joined the programme as a tutor in 2012.
Patrick Keiller
Unit/Programme:HISTORY AND THEORY STUDIES
Position:Diploma Course Lecturer
Bio: Patrick Keiller studied architecture at UCL and fine art at the RCA. His most recent works are the exhibition The Robinson Institute (Tate Britain, 2012), an accompanying book The Possibility of Life’s Survival on the Planet (Tate, 2012) and an essay collection The View from the Train: Cities and Other Landscapes (Verso, 2013).
Julia King
Unit/Programme:
Position:
Bio: Architect & Researcher working on sanitation housing projects in India. UG3 tutor BartlettArchUCL Technical Design Tutor AA_School
Antiopi Koronaki
Unit/Programme:Technical Studies
Position:Intermediate Course Tutor
Bio: Antiopi Koronaki holds a Masters in architecture and engineering from NTUA, Athens, and is currently pursuing a MSc in Emergent Technologies and Design at the AA.
Adrian Lahoud
Unit/Programme:PROJECTIVE CITIES
Position:Studio Master
Bio: Adrian Lahoud is an architect and urban researcher. Currently he is Director of the Bartlett Prospective MArch in Urban Design at University College London. He is also the Coordinator of the MA and a PhD supervisor at the Centre for Research Architecture, Goldsmiths University.
Albert Lang
Unit/Programme:AAIS
Position:Tutor, Seminar & Event 1
Bio: Albert Lang studied medicine in Hannover, Pisa and Munich and theatre and opera directing at the Musikhochschule in Munich. Productions amongst others: Bayerisches Staatsschauspiel Munich, Semperoper Dresden, Städtische Bühnen Cologne, Schauspiel Leipzig, German Theatre Abroad New York and Burgtheater Vienna. He is a professor at the Technical University in Berlin where he runs the Interdisziplinäres Raumlabor, an experimental research centre at the Institute for Stage Design and Spatial Composition. He has also been teaching at the LMU in Munich and the Mozarteum in Salzburg. Albert Lang is a founding member of theatre collective Parallelaktion. He lives in Berlin.
Marina Lathouri
Unit/Programme:HISTORY AND CRITICAL THINKING
Position:Course Director
Bio: Marina Lathouri studied architecture and philosophy of art and aesthetics. She has taught at the University of Pennsylvania and since 1999 has been teaching at the AA and Cambridge University. She is visiting professor at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile in Santiago and the Universidad de Navarra in Spain. She has published widely and most recently co-authored The Intimate Metropolis: Urban Subjects in the Modern City (Routledge).
Saskia Lewis
Unit/Programme:Foundation
Position:Head
Bio:

studied at PCL and the Bartlett. She has taught at Westminster University and, for the last four years, at Central Saint Martins, in both foundation and degree. She continues to study space through photography and make work that weaves art and architecture together.

Theo Lorenz
Unit/Programme:AAIS
Position:Course Director
Bio:

is an architect and media designer. His main focus lies in the integrated design process across the creative disciplines. He is a member ofn-o-m-a-d.org, spatialwork.net and director of T2 spatialwork ltd t-2.org