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.
Relja Ferusic
Unit/Programme:Barcelona
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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.
Angel Flores Sanchez
Unit/Programme:Media Studies
Position:Lab Consultant, Media Studies, AA Undergraduate School , , AA School
Bio: Angel studied Architecture at the ETSAV in Valencia, Spain, including a term at Hokkaido University in Japan an an internship at Shigeru Ban Architects. After graduating he soon specialised in 3d graphics and visualisation, while looking into Game Design on the side. After moving to London, he had the chance to bring those two worlds together and started a career in the realm of real-time graphics and VR. Currently he is the Head of RT and VR at Cityscape Digital. He has a passion for new technologies and how that can influence the way we think and design spaces and he is always excited to share his expertise with other architects or colleagues interested in what he does.
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 and D-Lab Community makerspace. Past projects include Rome Auditorium and Padre Pio Church.
Murray Fraser
Unit/Programme:PhD
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 2019).
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 following an apprenticeship to cabinet maker and has a masters degree from the Bartlett, UCL. He has worked for well known UK practices including Will Alsop and Atelier One on a number of award winning and international projects. He is currently a senior Architect at AHMM Architects in London.
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.

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