Fabrizio Gallanti
Unit/Programme: PhD
Position: Course Lecturer, History and Critical Thinking, AA Graduate School PhD PhD External Supervisor, PhD, AA Graduate School
Bio: Fabrizio Gallanti has wide-raging and international experience in architectural design, education, publication, and exhibitions. He holds a Ph.D. in architectural design from the Politecnico di Torino (Turin, Italy 2001) and an M. Arch. from the University of Genova (1995). In 1998 he was among the founding members of gruppo A12, a collective of architects dedicated to the hybridization of architectural design and visual arts (www.gruppoa12.org), with which he collaborated until 2004. He has taught in Chile, Italy, UK and the USA. Between 2007 and 2011 he was the architecture editor at Abitare magazine and chief editor of the Abitare web-site. Between 2011 and 2014 he was the Associate Director Programs at the Canadian Centre of Architecture in Montréal, Canada. In 2014 he was the first senior Mellon fellow at the School of Architecture of Princeton University. He is the founding member of the research practice FIG Projects (www.fig-projects.com).
Pedro Leonardo Garlaschi de Sousa
Unit/Programme: Media Studies
Position: Lab Consultant, Media Studies, AA Undergraduate School
Bio: I’m Brazilian Creative Technologist based in London. Passionate about technology I’ve been exploring several different ways of approach interactive projects. From arduino boards to projection mapping I’ve been crossing several languages and medias to output my ideas. Send me a message if you have a cool project, collaboration or fancy a pint of beer.
Octavian Mihai Gheorghiu
Unit/Programme: DRL
Position: Software Tutor, DRL, AA Graduate School
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 teaching fellow at The Bartlett UCL and a software tutor at the AA DRL.
Giulio Gianni
Unit/Programme: Technical Studies
Position: Course Lecturer, First Year TS1, Technical Studies, AA Undergraduate School
Bio: Giulio is an Engineer and Architect. After having completed with first class honours an MEng in Civil Engineering at University College London, Giulio undertook an MSc in the AA’s Emergent Technologies and Design (EmTech) where he graduated with distinction. He is currently working as a structural engineering consultant and computational design specialist in the Geometrics group of Price & Myers Consulting Engineers in London focusing on bespoke geometries such as large-scale art installations, sculptural staircases and complex roof structures and canopies.
Maarten Gielen
Unit/Programme: Diploma 18
Position: Unit Master, Diploma 18, AA Undergraduate School , , AA School
Bio: Maarten Gielen is among the founding members of Rotor (Brussels). He have taught at TU Delft, Columbia University and curated the 2013 Oslo Architecture Triennale, Behind the Green Door. Rotor curated OMA/ Progress at the Barbican, London, as well as Usus/Usures, the Belgian pavilion at the Venice Biennale of Architecture (2010). In 2012, Rotor developed an online inventory of salvaged building materials around Brussels: Opalis.
Maria Sheherazade Giudici
Unit/Programme: Diploma 14
Position: Course Lecturer, PhD, AA Graduate School PhD Supervisor, PhD, AA Graduate School Unit Master, Diploma 14, AA Undergraduate School
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.
Marko Gligorov
Unit/Programme: Media Studies
Position: Course Consultant, Media Studies, AA Undergraduate School Lab Consultant, Media Studies, AA Undergraduate School
Bio: Marko comes from Serbia and currently works with me at Zaha’s as an interior designer. His expertise is in developing workflows between AutoCAD, Rhino and Maya and understanding how to exploit the strengths of each for significant effects on our designs. He has some teaching experience already as a visiting tutor at the Belgrade Architecture University, focusing on the interplay of furniture and architecture, which could be something very interesting for the Media Lab students.
Eric Goldemberg
Unit/Programme: Miami
Position: Course Lecturer, , AA Visiting School
Bio: Eric Goldemberg - Principal Designer, MONAD Studio www.monadstudio.com Eric is an architect, with a professional degree from the University of Buenos Aires and a Master of Science in Advanced Architectural Design from Columbia University, New York. He worked for Peter Eisenman as Senior Designer for the City of Culture of Galicia, Spain as well as heading design teams in several competitions. He was also Project Architect for Asymptote Architecture (Hani Rashid & Lise Anne Couture) on projects in Malaysia, The Netherlands and the Guggenheim Museum in Guadalajara, Mexico. In Buenos Aires he collaborated with Clorindo Testa and Estudio STAFF – the latter founded by his parents Jorge Jose Goldemberg and Teresa BIelus, with over 2,000,000 m2 of social housing projects built in South America. Eric Goldemberg is Associate Professor and Digital Design Coordinator at Florida International University in Miami where he teaches graduate studios and advanced digital design and fabrication courses. Previously he taught at Pratt Institute, Columbia University, New York Institute of Technology, New Jersey Institute of Technology, and University of Buenos Aires.
Francisco Gonzalez de Canales
Unit/Programme: Intermediate 8
Position: Unit Master, Intermediate 8, AA Undergraduate School
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).
William Thomas Gowland
Unit/Programme: Design and Make
Position: Specialist Lecturer, Design and Make, AA Graduate School
Bio: Based in London, Will is an architect, maker and digital artist. Working across a wide range of disciplines, his interest in the emerging field of design interactions, explore spatial design and virtual environments through audio-visual performance, physical installations, animation and architectural practice.

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