Elantha Evans is an Architect and Architectural Educator, predominantly teaching Design Studio at the University of Bath and as a Visiting Critic at many other UK schools, but also involved as Member and Chairperson, with RIBA Validation Panels in the UK and Internationally. Before setting up her own Architectural Studio – Serrano Evans Partnership – in London with Ana Serrano, she worked with Richard Rogers Partnership on a variety of projects including Madrid-Barajas Airport, with Tim Ronalds Architects on Hackney Empire Theatre and with Evans & Shalev Architects as a Junior Partner. Her current work brings together architectural, interior and object design and is occasionally balanced with the production of site-specific performances and installations
Yearly Archives: 2012
Tugyan Kepkep is a landscape architect from Istanbul who graduated from Istanbul Technical University in 2011. She has experience in design as well as design publication.
Pol Esteve is a practicing architect from Spain and holds a degree in architecture from the Barcelona School of Architecture at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC).
Ela Singhal, is a graduate with a Bachelors degree in Architecture from Faculty of Architecture, Lucknow- India in 2009. Before stepping foot into the masters course at AA, she was working with Morphogenesis Architectural Studio, Delhi. She also has experience in low cost and vernacular architecture through her work at Good Earth Architects, Bangalore.
Molly McCormick is a native of the United States and received her Bachelors of Architecture from Philadelphia University in 2009. Prior to attending the Architectural Association, she worked for the US General Services Administration in the Public Buildings Service. Her other work includes construction at the Habitat for Humanity Global Village site in Kaoma, Zambia as well as various projects in private sector design firms. Molly has exhibited paintings and photography in Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia and Washington DC.
Alja Bukovec is an architect from Ljubljana, Slovenia. Before joining the MA course, she gained experience working in architectural practice, participated in various workshops, exhibitions and collaborated with two magazines back home. Especially the last, strengthened the decision to acquire deeper insight into architectural theory and re-think the contemporary design strategies.
Theodora is an architect educated at the University of Thessaly, in Greece and at Politecnico di Milano, in Italy. She has participated in several architectural competitions, workshops, seminars and photography exhibitions. Her broad interest in architectural history, theory and writing encouraged her to apply for the MA History and Critical Thinking at the AA.