Jack Minchella
Unit/Programme:Diploma 13
Position:Unit Assistant, Diploma 13, AA Undergraduate School
Bio: Originally trained and worked as an architect in both the UK & Denmark, Jack now leads the strategic design work at Dark Matter Labs (a strategic design studio within Project 00); combining design-thinking, process management & systems strategy. Jack is also the co-founder of the urban think-tank In-Between Economies based in Copenhagen, designing public engagement events & workshops around complex urban challenges. Partnerships include IKEA’s future living lab Space10 and Gehl Architects.
Inigo Minns
Unit/Programme:Diploma 12
Position:Unit Master, Diploma 12, AA Undergraduate School Course Consultant, Media Studies, AA Undergraduate School
Bio: Inigo Minns is an architect, curator and lecturer whose design process explores alternative forms of architectural output. This has lead to collaborations with a number of designers and artists and has produced projects that use ideas and methods from, amongst other things, film, archaeology, theatre, museology, choreography and curation. Moving between research, speculation and built architectural output, Inigo Minns’ work looks at the staging and events that arise as a result of our experiences in the built environment. He works with storytelling, performance and cultural memory to create crafted audience-centred designs in an architectural context. Inigo has extensive experience teaching architecture and design in the UK and abroad.
Alison Moffett
Unit/Programme:Media Studies
Position:CourseTutor, Media Studies, AA Undergraduate School
Bio: Alison Moffett is an artist and educator. Originally from Tennessee, she obtained an MFA from the Slade School of Fine Art and an MA in History and Critical Thinking from the AA.
Bianca Elena Moldoveanu
Unit/Programme:Diploma 15
Position:Assistant Coding Teacher, Diploma 15, AA Undergraduate School
Bio: Bianca AA Dip graduate is currently working at London based practice Ron Arad Architects and having previously achieved valuable interdisciplinary experience in practice in the UK, Spain and Romania, working on a wide range of projects. Outside the office, Bianca has lectured and participated in jury panels at Welsh School of Architecture - Cardiff University. Constantly she is attending workshops, design festivals, and participating in competitions.
Zachary Joseph Mollica
Unit/Programme:Design and Make
Position:Course Tutor, Design + Make Operations Assistant, Hooke Park Workshop Consultant [Hooke Park], Media Studies
Bio: Zachary Mollica is an architect and experienced maker whose work explores the integration of digital methods alongside traditional craft knowledge. Zac completed the AA's MArch Design + Make programme, and after graduating with distinction refused to leave the woods. He now works as the programme's studio tutor in addition to tutoring the AA's Robotic Fabrications and SummerBuild visiting schools. Growing up, Zac worked with his father and grandfather, both of them experienced carpenters. He then studied liberal arts and physics before completing his undergraduate architectural studies, and has since worked for architecture and design practices in Amsterdam, Lunenburg, Toronto and Vancouver. Embedded within the AA's satellite Hooke Park campus, Zac has found the ideal environment to exploit his diverse expertise.
Jose Maria Monfá Guix
Unit/Programme:Technical Studies
Position:Course Tutor - Diploma TS5, Technical Studies, AA Undergraduate School
Bio: Jose is an architect with significant experience in the transport, arts and culture sectors. He is particularly interested in the forces and processes that drive the design of large-scale, complex projects. He studied in Spain and graduated at the AA with distinction.
Joaquim Moreno
Unit/Programme:History and Theory
Position:Diploma Course Tutor, History and Theory, AA Undergraduate School
Bio: Joaquim Moreno (Luanda, 1973) graduated in architecture at Oporto School of Architecture, holds a Master Degree from the Superior Technical School of Architecture of Barcelona and a PhD from Princeton University’s Architecture School. Teaches at the Architecture School of the Autonomous University of Lisbon. Curated, with Alberto Carneiro, the exhibition Drawing Design Project, dedicated to architectural drawing in Portugal in the Twentieth Century, curated with José Gil the Portuguese Representation at the Venice Biennale of 2008 and, with Paula Pinto, curated Carlo Scarpa – Brion Tomb – Guido Guidi, held at the South Garage of Belém’s Cultural Center in Lisbon. Published, with Pedro Bandeira and Paula Pinto the journal In Si(s)tu, and contributes regularly to journals and books. The recently published The University is Now on Air (CCA / Jap Sam, 2018), together with the exhibition with the same name, is the product of a scholarly and curatorial work at the convergence of education, architecture and television.
Mark Morris
Unit/Programme:History and Theory
Position:Head of Teaching & Learning, AA School
Bio: As Head of Teaching and Learning, Mark Morris works with staff and students on diverse curricular objectives across the School as well as teach within History and Theory Studies. He completed his MArch at Ohio State University where he received the AIA Henry Adams medal, and took his PhD at the London Consortium supported by the RIBA Research Trust. His research focuses on questions of visual representation in the context of the history of architectural education. Mark previously taught architectural theory and design at Cornell University where he served as Coordinator of Post-Professional Degree Programmes, Director of Graduate Studies, and Director of Exhibitions. He is the author of two books: Models: Architecture and the Miniature and Automatic Architecture. Mark represents the AA at the Higher Education Academy and London Higher Directors Group.
Nicholas Mortimer
Unit/Programme:Media Studies
Position:Course Lecturer, Media Studies, AA Undergraduate School
Bio: Born 1983 - St.Albans UK Originally produced large scale mechanical installations during and after graduating with Distinction at the Fine Art Sculpture Department University of Brighton. Time then spent both exhibiting artworks as well as developing a career as a production designer, designing a range of interiors and exteriors for artists and film production units. More recently graduated with RCA Design Interactions, where research techniques were developed to work towards multi disciplinary projects, looking at the impacts of technology on society, narratives, and spaces. Exhibitions and performances are ongoing. Co-Founder of Studio Scene Everything - Designing spatial projects for heritage and educational platforms.
Anna Muzychak
Unit/Programme:First Year
Position:Studio Tutor, First Year
Bio: Anna Muzychak graduated from the Architectural Association in 2015. She is currently working at Ben Adams Architects on projects that reinvent existing buildings in an urban context. In 2013 Anna taught a unit at Cardiff university’s vertical studio together with Amita Kulkarni of SAV studio. Anna’s interests lie in the intersections between architecture, material systems and building technology.

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