Saskia Lewis
Unit/Programme:Foundation
Position:Undergraduate Management Committee, , AA Undergraduate School Programme Head, Foundation, Foundation, AA Undergraduate School
Bio: Saskia Lewis has taught at the AA since 2001. She has practised in New York, Paris and London and has taught at many schools of art and architecture in London. She is co-author and photographer of Architectural Voices: Listening to Old Buildings.
Jurij Licen
Unit/Programme:DRL
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Guillermo Lopez Ibanez
Unit/Programme:Diploma 6
Position:Unit Master, Diploma 6, AA Undergraduate School, AA School
Bio: Guillermo López is an architect (MAIO) and editor based in Barcelona. He combines his professional activities with ac-ademic, research and editorial ones. He has been part of the editorial board of the magazine Quaderns d’Arquitectura i Urbanisme. MAIO’s work has been published in magazines such as Monocle, Domus, AIT, A10, Dear, Interior Design and Detail among others, and exhibited at the MOMA of New York, the Art Institute of Chicago and Storefront for Art and Architecture. Lately MAIO has participated at Venice Biennial 2016 in the Spanish Pavillion, awarded with the golden Lion, at Chicago Architecture Biennial (2015 & 2017 editions) and co-curated a Weekend Special at the Biennale di Venezia 2014 together with SPACE CAVIAR and DPR-Barcelona. The work has been awarded several times including: FAD Opinion Award 2017 for Architecture, FAD Award 2016 for Ephemeral Interventions, FAD Award 2015 for Thought and Criticism and FAD Opinion Award 2013 for Interior Design; Arquia/Proxima Award 2014; LampLighting Solutions Award 2009; Girona Architects Association Award 2007.
Theo Lorenz
Unit/Programme:AAIS
Position:Member of the Graduate Management Committee, , AA Graduate School Programme Director, AAIS, AA Graduate School Interim Head, , AA Undergraduate School
Bio: Theo Lorenz is an architect, painter and media artist. He has taught at the AA since 2000 and since 2008 has been the director of AAIS. Throughout his work in academia, practice (co-director T2 spatialwork) and art, his main interest lies in the research and application of projects through a mediated design process within creative networks.
Oliviu Lugojan-Ghenciu
Unit/Programme:Media Studies
Position:Course Tutor, Media Studies, AA Undergraduate School; Lab Co-ordinator, Media Studies, AA Undergraduate School
Bio: Oliviu Lugojan-Ghenciu is Creative Director at Neutral Digital, a leading UK agency that specialises in AR, VR and other immersive interactive solutions. As a leading expert in Time-based Media & Digital Storytelling and following GravityONE, his critically acclaimed Choreography for Militarised Airspace, his work has been exhibited in the UK, USA, Australia, Japan and Europe. Trained as an architect, Oliviu runs the AA’s Motion Studio, previously teaching and running workshops in the USA, Canada and Europe. He co-founded and directed ‘UniversalAssemblyUnit’ and ‘CtrlArchDel’ studios.
Jonas Lundberg
Unit/Programme:Diploma 16
Position:Unit Master, Diploma 16, AA Undergraduate School
Evangelia Magnisali
Unit/Programme:DRL
Position:Software Tutor, DRL, AA Graduate School
Bio: Eva Magnisali is an architectural engineer, researcher and educator, currently working as a Research Associate at the University of Westminster, where she coordinates the Robotic Lab of the faculty of Architecture and Built Environment. Eva has taught a series of computational and robotic fabrication workshops at the UoW, and has also been a tutor at the Architectural Association since 2015, when she earned a Master of Architecture and Urbanism from the Design Research Laboratory master programme. Additionally, Eva holds a Master of Architecture and Engineering with honours from the National Technical University of Athens. Her research investigates the integration of design and robotic fabrication, currently focusing on robotic manufacturing of topologically optimized shell structures, using composite materials. As an architect, Eva has worked at Foster + Partners, where she developed computational design tools for the digital representation and fabrication of complex facades. She has also collaborated with renown practices, such as AKT II and Robofold. In parallel, Eva has organised several international conferences and she has given lectures and presented her work internationally.
Ciaran Malik
Unit/Programme:Technical Studies
Position:Course Tutor - First Year TS1 and Intermediate TS2, Technical Studies, AA Undergraduate School
Bio: Cíaran is a structural engineer, a teacher and illustrator. He studied engineering at the University of Cambridge and trained as a teacher at the University of Buckingham. He taught manufacturing techniques; wood working, welding, rebar tying and plastic forming and believes in the importance of understanding the construction method. He wants to be able to show technical aspects of design through simple diagrams and conducts studies of historic buildings. He also believes in using his technical skills in developed countries and internationally, getting involved in water projects in Thailand, improving the seismic resistance of structures in Nepal and developing shelter guidelines with Shelter Centre.
Antoni Malinowski
Unit/Programme:Media Studies
Position:Consultant - Colour, Foundation, AA Undergraduate School Course Consultant, 1st Year, Media Studies, AA Undergraduate School
Bio: Antoni Malinowski is an artist who works with pigment, light, movement and time, investigating the dynamic relationship that exists between pictorial and architectural spaces. After studying painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw and furthering his studies at the Chelsea Collage of Art, Malinowski has established and based his practice in London. Since his first wall drawing installations in the mid 1980s Antoni Malinowski has been working in a variety of media including painting on canvas and walls, video, and drawing on often very large scale. Malinowski has done many painting/drawing installations including “Wall Drawing for RIBA”, London 1998; “Echoing the Pavilion” at De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill on Sea and the Architectural Association, London 2001; “Bridging Lines Venice” during the Architectual Venice Bienalle 2004, “Bridging Colours” at and around Gallery 175, Seoul 2010. In 2009 Antoni Malinowski has become the first contemporary artist in the 200 year history of Dulwich Picture Gallery to make a drawing/ painting installation directly on the walls of this oldest museum in England ( The Polish Connection – Dulwich Picture Gallery,London and the Royal Castle, Warsaw 2009 ) Malinowki’s paintings have been exhibited internationally and are in many private and public collections including Tate, London. Last year Malinowski completed a large commission for the foyer areas at the Rafael Viñoly designed Mathematical Institute, Oxford. “Spectral Flip” is a two part mural painted directly onto the south and the north facing walls, seemingly creating a luminous force field between them.
Jussi Taneli Mansikkamaki
Unit/Programme:Intermediate 12
Position:Unit Master, Intermediate 12, AA Undergraduate School
Bio: Taneli Mansikkamäki is a Finnish architect based in London, founder of AGO and has taught at the AA since 2011. His practice focuses on the multiplicity of urban life and the fundamentals of space. Since relocating to London he has worked with several architectural offices, including the erstwhile Future Systems.

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