Nicolas Cabargas Mori
Unit/Programme:Mumbai
Position:Course Lecturer, , AA Visiting School
Bio: Licensed architect in Chile, In 2014 he obtained his Master in Architecture with Distinction from the Architectural Association at the Emergent Technologies and Design Programme. For which was awarded with a Chilean Government full scholarship to study a masters in a foreign prestigious University in 2012. From 2008-2012 Nicolas led the design team at two architectural practises (OF Arquitectos and Ramirez-Moletto Arquitectos), in which he developed projects of different scales and uses, with a particular emphasis on form and material experimentation. During 2014 ?h?e was employed at Grimshaw Architects, London, participating on projects like the new Euston HS2 Station and Waterloo Station. Academically, since 2009, he has taught different courses related with technology and expression at Universidad Diego Portales (UDP), Universidad Andres Bello (UNAB) and Universidad del Desarrollo (UDD). Nicolas is currently partner at OF Arquitectos, Chile; Head of the Technologies and Expression Department at the Faculty of Architecture, Art and Design of Universidad Diego Portales Chile (UDP), Director and Tutor of the Architectural Association Visiting School BioMorph, India and Head Teacher at Universidad Andres Bello Chile (UNAB) and UDP.
Edouard Cabay
Unit/Programme:Barcelona
Position:Course Lecturer, , AA Visiting School
Bio: Edouard Cabay is a registered architect at the Catalan College of Architects in Spain and is a graduate of the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London. After gaining professional experience in London, Tokyo and Brussels, he founded Appareil in Barcelona in 2011, an office developing architectural and research projects both in Spain and abroad. In parallel to practice, he currently teaches at the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia in Barcelona as senior faculty and director of the Open Thesis Fabrication Program. He has taught at the Architectural Association School of Architecture as a diploma unit master, at the IAAC as Faculty of digital fabrication, has been Associate Professor at the Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture in Paris and studio director at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne. He has extensive experience in the format of international academic and professional workshops. Since four years, he runs the AA Visiting School Barcelona; has directed the workshop “Crade et Vivant” with Michel Gondry, an encounter between architecture and film at the IAAC; is hired by the University of Sinaloa (Mexico) for an annual workshop on 1:1 construction of innovative structures; he has co-coordinated “House 1”, an EPFL first year project of which the outcome is a 1:1 construction in Lausanne and co-directed “12 Cities”, a 1:1 construction in Versailles. He has also curated a series of exhibitions in Barcelona on the theme of automatic drawing: Traces - Delineating Incidents at the Cercle Artistic Sant LLuc and Scripts – A Chronicle of Incidents at the Cultural Centre Elizalde.
Paula Cadima
Unit/Programme:Sustainable Environmental Design
Position:Programme Co-Director, AA Graduate School; Member, AA Teaching Committee; PhD supervisor, AA PhD Programme;
Bio: Paula Cadima is co-director of the MArch+MSc Sustainable Environmental Design, Supervisor of the AA PhD Programme and a Member of the AA Teaching Committee. She has been in architectural practice and environmental research for more than twenty five years and has taught at the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Lisbon, where she was Founding Director of the Bioclimatic Architecture MPhil Programme. She has worked for the European Commission in Brussels for five years, where she was involved in the management of projects promoting energy efficiency, renewable energy sources and world-class research in emerging fields. She chaired the Environment & Sustainable Architecture working group of the Architect's Council of Europe in 2009 and was the president of the International PLEA Network from 2011-2017.
Herman Calleja
Unit/Programme:
Position:Consultant, AA Graduate School
Bio: Herman Calleja has practiced as an architect in Malta and Spain before joining the M.Arch in Sustainable Environmental Design at the AA, graduating with distinction in 2012. Since then he has worked as an Environmental Consultant at BDSP/ChapmanBDSP assisting various design teams with regards to environmental design, occupant comfort, façade design, CFD analysis, daylighting and passive design strategies that reduce heating, cooling and lighting demand. At ChapmanBDSP Herman has introduced the application of parametric environmental design and has worked on a variety of projects including a university building for the Institut Mines-Télécom with Grafton Architects, the LSE CBR with RSH+P, a mixed-use development with Foster+Partners, the Dubai Observation tower with Santiago Calatrava, a high-rise office tower with AHMM and a private residence in UAE with Zaha Hadid Architects. Herman is interested in the application of parametric design research within the field of Environmental Design. Pursuing this research Herman has participated in various Smart Geometry workshops since 2008. He has attended tuition under Arthur Mamou-Mani, Martha Tsigkari and Ecologic Studio and has recently completed a Parametric Engineering course at Imperial College. Herman has also contributed at a number conferences as NCEUB and PLEA. He was a tutor at the AA Visiting School in Sao Paulo in 2018. His main area of interest is the combination of climate-based daylighting modelling with the assessment of occupant thermal comfort through a parametric design platform.
Claudio Campanile
Unit/Programme:Landscape and Urbanism
Position:Course Tutor, Landscape and Urbanism, AA Graduate School
Bio: Claudio Campanile is an engineer and computational designer. His main interest relies on developing computational tools and integrated pipelines to synthesise complexity within design problems. Namely, within the domain of infrastructures, networks and geometries to deliver innovative design technology models for the built environment.After having experienced jobs in China and the UK, Claudio obtained his MSc in the Emergent Technologies and Design programme at the AA School of Architecture.
Mark Campbell
Unit/Programme:History and Theory
Position:PhD 2nd Supervisor, PhD, AA Graduate School Studio Master, Projective Cities, AA Graduate School Thesis Master, History and Theory, AA Undergraduate School
Bio: Mark Campbell completed his PhD and MA as a Fulbright Scholar at Princeton University. Currently a visiting professor of architecture at Southeast University, Nanjing,he has taught at the Cooper Union, Princeton and Auckland University. Previously managing editor of Grey Room and the Cooper Union Archive, he is most recently the author of Paradise Lost (AA Publications).
Brendon Carlin
Unit/Programme:Intermediate 6
Position:Unit Master, Intermediate 6, AA Undergraduate School Course Lecturer, AA Visiting School PhD Candidate - AA
Bio: provided in CV
Ricardo Olavo Carvalho de Ostos
Unit/Programme:Intermediate 3
Position:
Matilde Cassani
Unit/Programme:Intermediate 11
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Javier F Castañón
Unit/Programme:Technical Studies
Position:Course Master, , AA Undergraduate School Member of the Undergraduate Management Committee, , AA Undergraduate School Programme Head, Technical Studies, AA Undergraduate School
Bio: Javier Castañón has degrees from Manchester University (BA Hons), Architectural Association (AA Piploma) and University of Granada, Spain (PhD) and has been in private practice since 1978. Director of Castanon Associates (London) and Castañón Asociados (Madrid), he has taught at the AA since 1978, most recently as Head of Technical Studies and Master of Technical Studies programme for the Diploma School. He has also taught in other UK Schools and at the University of Pennsylvania, USA.

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