Marianne Mueller

is a practising architect and academic. She is director of Casper Mueller Kneer Architects based in London and Berlin, a practice that has developed a particular reputation for producing spaces for the arts, culture and fashion. Recent projects include the critically acclaimed galleries for White Cube in Bermondsey, London, collaborations with Paris based fashion house Céline and exhibition designs for the Barbican Centre in London. A graduate of the Architectural Association, Marianne worked with Chora / Raoul Bunschoten, was Guest Professor at the Technical University in Berlin and Unit Master at the Architectural Association amongst other academic engagements. At the AA, she also curated the Concrete Geometries Research Cluster and co-directed the AA Berlin Laboratory for many years. Marianne has recently been appointed Professor at the Stuttgart State Academy of Art and Design where she now leads the Chair of Architectural Design and Building Typology.

Marianne acts as a Programme Head.

Fahim Mohammadi

is a trained architect, civil engineer and educator, having studied at the Architectural Association in London, the Braunschweig University of Technology and the Anhalt University of Applied Sciences. He is appointed professor and Chair of Design Foundations and Experimental Design in Architecture and Industrial Design at the Stuttgart State Academy of Art and Design. Previously, he was Research Associate and deputy director of the Institute for Experimental Architecture at the Technical University in Braunschweig. Mohammadi’s research focuses on the role of aesthetic play in the history of design education since the Bauhaus, its reminiscences in today’s education and its potentials for the future.

Fahim acts as a Programme Head.

Rosa Ainley

Rosa Ainley is a writer on architecture, space and buildings, currently teaching at the University of Hertfordshire and Royal College of Art, where she was awarded a PhD in Architecture. She also works with architecture practices, arts organisations and architecture/arts publishing companies, including at the AA, where she worked as an editor on print and digital publications. Published work ranges from the short story to creative nonfiction to journalism, in digital and print, and often uses ‘audio-architecture’ as a means of creating spaces through sound narratives.

Rosa will act as Workshop Tutor.