Federico Borello
Unit/Programme:DRL
Position:Robotic Control, DRL, AA Graduate School
Bio: Federico is a registered Architect in Italy and UK, he currently works at Zaha Hadid Architects in London in the Computation and Design (CODE) group. He holds a Master degree with Honor from the Polytechnic of Turin and postgraduate degree from the Architectural Association Design Research Laboratory (DRL). He has been visiting scholar at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in New York and he participated to several international workshops and activities including AA Visiting School in Rome and London. He is Teaching Fellow at the UCL Bartlett BPro and he has thought at various workshops and conferences including AADRL, Bartlett BPro, Tonji University Shanghai, Polytechnic of Turin.
Marko Brajovic
Unit/Programme:Amazon
Position:AA Visiting School Amazon co-director, Course Lecturer,
Bio: Academic Credits: • 2005. Master degree in Genetic Architecture (Bio-Digital), Barcelona, Spain. 2003 - 2004. Fellowship at Technology Group (MTG), Foundation IUA – University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain. • 2002. Master degree in Digital Arts at Foundation IUA – University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain. • 2000. Bachelor in Architecture (cum laude): Instituto Universitario di Architettura di Venezia, Italy. Academic Direction and Coordination: From 2015 Marko Brajovic co-director (with Ignacio Marti) of AA (Architectural Association) Visiting School Amazon Brazil. From 2015 Marko Brajovic is founder and teacher at byNature.com.br in Paraty, Brazil. From 2006 to 2008 Marko Brajovic was heading a direction of Interior and Industrial Department at Istituto Europeo di Design in São Paulo, Brazil. For the complete project portfolio access our webpage; markobrajovic.com
Marko Brajovic
Unit/Programme:Amazon
Position:AA Visiting School Amazon co-director, Course Lecturer,
Bio: Academic Credits: • 2005. Master degree in Genetic Architecture (Bio-Digital), Barcelona, Spain. 2003 - 2004. Fellowship at Technology Group (MTG), Foundation IUA – University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain. • 2002. Master degree in Digital Arts at Foundation IUA – University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain. • 2000. Bachelor in Architecture (cum laude): Instituto Universitario di Architettura di Venezia, Italy. Academic Direction and Coordination: From 2015 Marko Brajovic co-director (with Ignacio Marti) of AA (Architectural Association) Visiting School Amazon Brazil. From 2015 Marko Brajovic is founder and teacher at byNature.com.br in Paraty, Brazil. From 2006 to 2008 Marko Brajovic was heading a direction of Interior and Industrial Department at Istituto Europeo di Design in São Paulo, Brazil. For the complete project portfolio access our webpage; markobrajovic.com
Torsten Broeder
Unit/Programme:DRL
Position:Software Tutor, DRL, AA Graduate School
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Alistair Giles Bruce
Unit/Programme:Technical Studies
Position:Course Lecturer - Diploma TS4, Technical Studies, AA Undergraduate School Course Master First Year TS1, Intermediate TS2/3 and Diploma 5, Technical Studies, AA Undergraduate School Technical Studies Co-ordinator, Technical Studies, AA Undergraduate School
Bio: Giles Bruce is a chartered architect, specialising in sustainable environmental design. As director of A-Zero Architects, his main design interest is exploring the creative opportunities that low energy design presents in terms of form, materiality, and expression. He has taught at UCL Bartlett, University of Nottingham, UAL Central Saint Martins, University College Dublin, and lectured extensively internationally on environmental design.
Gustavo Brunelli
Unit/Programme:Sustainable Environmental Design
Position:Studio Master, AA Graduate School
Bio: Gustavo Brunelli studied Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of São Paulo and completed the MA in Environment & Energy Studies at the AA in 2004 with Distinction. Gustavo has been a tutor at the AA SED since 2009. Outside the AA, Gustavo has worked as an environmental consultant with BDSP Partnership on projects in the UK and abroad, including leading the environmental team on the Velodrome for the London 2012 Olympic Games. He currently leads the Advanced Design Group at Hurley Palmer Flatt, where he applies his multidisciplinary experience to deliver engineering consultancy services that support the complete design.
Aleksandar Bursac
Unit/Programme:DRL
Position:Course Tutor, DRL, AA Graduate School
Bio: After receiving traditional training in architecture in Serbia, Aleksandar decided to pursue a more specialised direction within the architectural practice by joining the AADRL programme in 2014. Since graduating from AADRL he has collaborated with a number of alumi on creative and research projects surrounding fabrication and design issues faced within the contemporary technological paradigm. Most notably during 2016/7 he worked with Soomeen Hahm on a variety of small research projects concerning the negotiation of digital design and physical fabrication. As of 2017 he works as a designer at Zaha Hadid Architects and splits his time between office work and his academic work at the AA where he is a course tutor and a software consultant.
Alexandra Baddeley Butterworth
Unit/Programme:Intermediate 13
Position:Unit Tutor, Intermediate 13, AA Undergraduate School
Bio: Alex Butterworth graduated from the AA in 2016 and now works at 6a architects. She graduated from the University of Cambridge with First Class Honours in 2013 and previously worked at Herzog & de Meuron, Basel.
Nicolas Cabargas Mori
Unit/Programme:Mumbai
Position:Course Lecturer, , AA Visiting School
Bio: Licensed architect in Chile, In 2014 he obtained his Master in Architecture with Distinction from the Architectural Association at the Emergent Technologies and Design Programme. For which was awarded with a Chilean Government full scholarship to study a masters in a foreign prestigious University in 2012. From 2008-2012 Nicolas led the design team at two architectural practises (OF Arquitectos and Ramirez-Moletto Arquitectos), in which he developed projects of different scales and uses, with a particular emphasis on form and material experimentation. During 2014 ?h?e was employed at Grimshaw Architects, London, participating on projects like the new Euston HS2 Station and Waterloo Station. Academically, since 2009, he has taught different courses related with technology and expression at Universidad Diego Portales (UDP), Universidad Andres Bello (UNAB) and Universidad del Desarrollo (UDD). Nicolas is currently partner at OF Arquitectos, Chile; Head of the Technologies and Expression Department at the Faculty of Architecture, Art and Design of Universidad Diego Portales Chile (UDP), Director and Tutor of the Architectural Association Visiting School BioMorph, India and Head Teacher at Universidad Andres Bello Chile (UNAB) and UDP.
Edouard Cabay
Unit/Programme:Barcelona
Position:Course Lecturer, , AA Visiting School
Bio: Edouard Cabay is a registered architect at the Catalan College of Architects in Spain and is a graduate of the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London. After gaining professional experience in London, Tokyo and Brussels, he founded Appareil in Barcelona in 2011, an office developing architectural and research projects both in Spain and abroad. In parallel to practice, he currently teaches at the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia in Barcelona as senior faculty and director of the Open Thesis Fabrication Program. He has taught at the Architectural Association School of Architecture as a diploma unit master, at the IAAC as Faculty of digital fabrication, has been Associate Professor at the Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture in Paris and studio director at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne. He has extensive experience in the format of international academic and professional workshops. Since four years, he runs the AA Visiting School Barcelona; has directed the workshop “Crade et Vivant” with Michel Gondry, an encounter between architecture and film at the IAAC; is hired by the University of Sinaloa (Mexico) for an annual workshop on 1:1 construction of innovative structures; he has co-coordinated “House 1”, an EPFL first year project of which the outcome is a 1:1 construction in Lausanne and co-directed “12 Cities”, a 1:1 construction in Versailles. He has also curated a series of exhibitions in Barcelona on the theme of automatic drawing: Traces - Delineating Incidents at the Cercle Artistic Sant LLuc and Scripts – A Chronicle of Incidents at the Cultural Centre Elizalde.

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