Amica Dall
Unit/Programme: Intermediate 7
Position: Unit Master
Kate Davies
Unit/Programme: Media Studies
Position: Programme Head, Media Studies, Unknown Fields, AA Visiting School
Bio: KATE DAVIES is an artist and architect. She is co-founder of nomadic design studio Unknown Fields, art practice LiquidFactory and field robotics group RAVEN. She undertakes site-specific and expedition-based work, operating through films, objects and installations. Kate was unit master of Diploma 6 [Unknown Fields] for eight years, as well as teaching MArch [unit 23] at the Bartlett, UCL. She is now Head of Media Studies and Director of the Unknown Fields Research Studio at the AA. She holds a BSc, Diploma and Masters in architecture from the Bartlett, UCL.
Chris Davies
Unit/Programme: Technical Studies
Position: Course Lecturer - Diploma TS4, Technical Studies, AA Undergraduate School
Bio: Chris Davies is structural engineer with a professional background in multi-disciplinary engineering with a degree from the University of Leeds in Architectural Engineering that included a year placement at the Pennsylvania State University. Chris has over ten years’ experience working at both a large and small structural engineering practices. During this period, he has collaborated with notable architects across multiple sectors. Currently he is providing engineering and project management services to the Spencer Group, a civil engineering design and build contractor.
Laura de Azcarate
Unit/Programme: Technical Studies
Position: Course Tutor - Diploma TS5, Technical Studies, AA Undergraduate School
Bio: "Laura de Azcárate is an Acoustic Designer and Architect within the Acoustics team in BDP’s Environmental Design Studio in London. She finished her Master's degree of Architecture at San Pablo CEU University and a Bachelor of Music in Madrid. She also holds an MSc in Environmental and Architectural Acoustics from London South Bank University. As an Architect and Music teacher specialised in Acoustics she pursues an international Design career trying to merge Architecture, Acoustics, Sustainability and Research in Design"
Monia De Marchi
Unit/Programme: First Year
Position: Chair of UMC, AA Undergraduate School Member of the SMT, AA Undergraduate School Member of the AB, AA Undergraduate School Programme Head, First Year, First Year, AA Undergraduate School
Bio: Monia De Marchi is an architect graduated from the Istituto Universitario di Architettura di Venezia and holds an MArch from the AA DRL. She has worked on projects in Egypt and Vietnam and has collaborated in the fields of fashion and graphic designers. She has taught at the AA since 2005, first within the Intermediate and Diploma Schools and has since 2011 served as head of the First Year.
Marie-Isabel de Monseignat -Lavrov
Unit/Programme: Semester Programme (UK)
Position: Course Master, AA Visiting School Semester Program
Bio: Marie-Isabel de Monseignat Lavrov, ARB Part III Architect, studied at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London. She is currently the course Master of the AA Semester Programme and Director of MdeM architects. Marie-Isabel has previously thought the AA summer school programme in 2008 (Unit 6 “ Factory for Passe London Architecture”) and 2009 (Unit 1 “DomestiCITY”). She has also thought the BA Interior and Spatial Design Course at UAL Chelsea College of Art and Design in academic year 2013-14 (DRS1 “Enter-Act”) and led a workshop and lecture at SIVA (Shanghai Institute of Visual Arts) in March 2014, alongside being a regular visiting critic for juries at the AA, UAL Central Saint Martins and the University of Westminster. Marie-Isabel graduated from the AA with a high pass with distinction in technical studies, was awarded the Holloway Prize, and was shortlisted for AA Diploma honours. In 2011, she passed her ARB/Riba part III qualifications with Merit from the University of Westminster. Marie-Isabel has worked in the field of Urban Masterplanning, Architecture and Interior Design in different offices, in Amsterdam for MVSA, in Paris for Alberto Pinto, in Buenos Aires for Sanchez Elia, in New York for De-Kar Design and 3 years in London for Acme Ltd, winner of the RIBA Manser Medal Award for the Hunsett Mill House project in 2010. At Acme Ltd, she led a team of 4 architects on the retail extension of Westquay in Southampton UK.
Andy Dean
Unit/Programme: AAIS
Position: Course Consultant
Francesca Romana Dell'Aglio
Unit/Programme: History and Theory
Position: Course Teaching Assistant - 2nd Year, History and Theory, AA Undergraduate School
Bio: Francesca Romana Dell'Aglio is an architect and writer. She studied at University IUAV of Venice and recently completed her MA in History and Critical Thinking at the Architectural Association. She collaborated in different projects for the last three Venice Architecture Biennale, and since 2011 she is editor of the Venice-based journal "Engramma".
Apostolos Despotidis
Unit/Programme: DRL
Position: Course Tutor, DRL, AA Graduate School
Bio: Apostolos Despotidis is an architect and educator. He holds an M.Arch degree from the DRL in the Architectural Association and an Architect/Engineer degree from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Since 2012, he is working as an Associate at Foster and Partners where he is involved in projects of various scales from urban planning to installation design. In parallel he is a course tutor in DRL in the Architectural Association and running various workshops in the UK ( AADRL, AA Unit 3, RCA) and France (ESA). He has also lectured and been invited as a juror at the Architectural Association and at the Bartlett. He is a registered architect in Greece since 2010.
Lionel Develieger
Unit/Programme: Diploma 18
Position: Unit Master

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