Edward Farrell
Position:Unit Master, AACP, AA Undergraduate School
Bio: to be added
Maria Fedorchenko
Unit/Programme:Diploma 8
Position:Unit Master, Diploma 8, AA Undergraduate School
Bio: Maria Fedorchenko has been a Unit Master at the AA since 2010, where she has taught at History and Theory Studies, Housing & Urbanism and the Visiting School programmes. She has also held teaching positions at UC Berkeley, UCLA and California College of the Art, since 2003. Primarily an educator and theorist, focusing on diagram and infrastructure, she is also a co-founder of Plakat (a platform for provocations), an urban consultant and a co-director of Fedorchenko Studio.
Jorge Fiori
Unit/Programme:Housing and Urbanism
Position:Programme Co-Director, Housing and Urbanism, AA Graduate School PhD Director of Studies Supervisor, PhD, AA Graduate School Transitional Mentor to the Chair of GMC, , AA Undergraduate School
Bio: Is a sociologist specialising in housing and urban development. Studied in Chile and has worked in academic institutions there and in Brazil and England. Visiting lecturer at several Latin American and European universities, and consultant to a number of international and national urban development agencies.Researches and publishes on urban development and social policy issues.
William Firebrace
Unit/Programme:History and Theory
Position:Thesis Master, History and Theory, AA Undergraduate School
Bio: William Firebrace is an architect and writer. He is author of Marseille Mix, Memo for nemo and Star Theatre, and is currently working on a book on the German periphery.
Trevor Flynn
Position:Consultant - Foundation, AA Undergraduate School
Bio: Director of Drawing At Work, providing training for maintaining freehand drawing and visualisation skills in large architectural and engineering offices. Drawing consultant and tutor for the AA Foundation. Drawing consultant and provider for the Institution of Structural Engineers, Allies and Morrison, Karakusevic Carson, Gensler, Stanton Williams, Arup and The Design Museum, London. Teaching Innovation Awards (2) from UCL for the development of The UCL Drawing Gym web -site for engineers. Founder of Sketchmob, possibly the first Urban Sketch group, now replicated in Milan and Genoa. Invited speaker Fondazione dell'Ordine Degli Architetti PPC Di Milano, Rhode Island School of Design, Chelsea School of Art, IStructE. Founder of The Drawing Gym distance learning facility for clients including Arup, and Bath University
Giulia Foscari Widmann Rezzonico
Unit/Programme:Diploma 15
Position:Unit Master, Diploma 15, AA Undergraduate School
Bio: Giulia Foscari is an architect, curator and author. Since her graduation from Roma Tre University and the completion of the DRL MArch degree at the Architectural Association in London, Giulia lived and worked in Asia, Latin America and Europe. Following a collaboration with Foster and Partners, in 2009 she joined the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) in Hong Kong, where she worked on numerous projects as architect and project leader. In 2011, she moved to Buenos Aires and was in charge of OMA’s Latin America platform, working on projects in Colombia, Brazil and Uruguay. Returned to Europe in late 2014, Giulia Foscari re-established a close collaboration with Foscari Widmann Rezzonico Associati (a Venice-based architecture office she joined as partner in 2004) and published with Lars Müller “Elements of Venice”, a book that won the DAM Architectural Book Award 2015. In 2016 she founded her own architecture practice in Hamburg, UNA (www.u-n-a.eu). In parallel to practicing architecture, Giulia worked on multiple curatorial projects (inlcuding exhibitions in four editions of the Venice Biennale) and is engaged in academia. Having taught at Hong Kong University for five years, she is Unit Master at the Architectural Association since 2015 and runs Diploma 15, the AA Museum Lab.
Kenneth Fraser
Unit/Programme:Technical Studies
Position:Course Master, Intermediate TS3, Technical Studies, AA Undergraduate School
Bio: Kenneth Fraser has taught at the AA since 2007 and is a director at Kirkland Fraser Moor Architects. Past projects include Rome Auditorium and Padre Pio Church.
Murray Fraser
Position:PhD External Second Supervisor, , AA Graduate School
Bio: Murray Fraser is Professor of Architecture and Global Culture at the Bartlett School of Architecture, as well as Vice-Dean of Research for the Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment. He has published extensively on design research, architectural history & theory, urbanism, post-colonialism and cultural studies. In 2008, his book on Architecture and the 'Special Relationship' (Routledge) won a RIBA President’s Research Award and also the CICA’s Bruno Zevi Book Prize. His edited books include Architecture and Globalisation in the Persian Gulf Region and Design Research in Architecture (both Ashgate, 2013). Previously he co-created the online Archigram Archival Project, shortlisted for the 2010 RIBA President’s Research Awards, and he is now shortlisted again for the 2016 Awards. He is the General Editor for the fully rewritten 21st edition of Sir Banister Fletcher’s Global History of Architecture (Bloomsbury, forthcoming in 2018).
Wolfgang Frese
Unit/Programme:Technical Studies
Position: Course Tutor, Intermediate TS3, Technical Studies, AA Undergraduate School Course Lecturer, Diploma TS4, Technical Studies, AA Undergraduate School
Bio: Wolfgang studied architecture in Stuttgart / Germany and has a masters degree from the Bartlett, UCL. He has worked for a few well known UK practices including Will Alsop and Atelier One on a number of award winning projects. He is currently a senior Architect at AHMM Architects in London.

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