Charlotte de Moor received her undergraduate degree in Architecture (B.Arch) from Arts University Bournemouth, England. She also spent some time at the Manchester School of Architecture involved in the M.Arch programme. After graduating, Charlotte worked in Germany within the architectural discipline and created Question Architecture after moving back to England. She partnered with Belgium/Nigerian Architect and Artist Ola-Dele Kuku to create 'Out of Nothing' which is a printed interview about the issues that architecture and the architectural industry face. Through her time traveling and working, Charlotte felt there weren't enough challenging conversations questioning the architect's role in the 21st century and in the way we perceive, create, and experience architecture.
Charlotte de Moor
Prarthna Misra is an Architect and an Academian and currently resides in Delhi, India. She received her undergraduate degree in Architecture (B.Arch) from Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) in Los Angeles, California. After her graduation, she came back to India and worked for a young Architecture and Design firm in Delhi itself. Now Prarthna is working on setting up her own Architectural practice. She is also Visiting Faculty at the School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi and promotes both her practice and her academia to deal with Architecture beyond the built world. Through her time at SCI-Arc, Prarthna understood that the Architecture lies beyond the realms of “building” and she envisions to explore the gap between tangible and intangible Architecture through her work and research.
Tucker van Leuwen-Hall is a creator, designer, and educator based in Los Angeles. They attended the Southern California Institute of Architecture where they received a Bachelor of Architecture and a Master of Science in Architectural Technologies, both graduating with distinction. Their project “Deep Plan” received the Hsinming Fung and Craig Hodgetts Postgraduate Thesis Prize. Van Leuwen-Hall has been a teacher’s assistant for SCI-Arc faculty such as Dwayne Oyler, Alex Maymind, and Jake Matatyou and has assisted with the Design Immersion Days program with Angelica Lorenzi and Mira Henry. They have worked and aided with installations for many architects and designers including Oyler Wu Collaborative, House of ZKA, Mark Foster Gage, Spinagu, Daniel Libeskind, and Neil Denari.
Van Leuwen-Hall’s work is concerned with the shifting paradigms of culture that architecture is uniquely qualified to confront. Their work looks to examine new pedagogical models and architectural manifestations that emerge from new subjectivities and identity politics, the waning politics of globalization, the fallout of the anthropocene, and techniques and aesthetics unique to machine learning.