Íñigo Cornago

Íñigo is a Design Studio Leader at Kingston University London and a PhD candidate TU Delft. His doctoral thesis examines the agency of dwellers in the context of a global housing crisis. From 2016-17 he was a Teaching Fellow at the Faculty of Architecture, CEPT University, where he was Curator of the Archiprix International Workshop. He is Co-editor of the Ahmedabad Cross Section which combines empirical research on micronarratives in a megacity and habitat production with contributions and essays by academics and societal stakeholders. His ‘Urban Toolkit’ and urban design work has been exhibited in Spain, Germany, France and India. His office, Sánchez y Cornago, has been awarded numerous prizes for their architectural and urban projects, including three Europan prizes.

Christoph Lueder

Christoph is an Associate Professor in Architecture and Urbanism at Kingston University London. His research engages the pervasive roles of diagrams as analytical, generative, narrative and critical devices manifest in design practices by architects and non-architects that draw on thick cultural milieus and that operate at corporeal, architectural and urban scales. He is interested in the representation of diagrams as well as their materialisation within informal or informalised architectures informed by continuous feedback from the acts of construction and inhabitation. Collaborative urban research includes projects on Schlieren, Switzerland (with ETH Zurich), on Jabal Al Natheef, Jordan (with German-Jordanian University, Ruwwad and Heinrich Böll Foundation), on Ban Krua, Bangkok (with Chulalongkorn University) and on Cerro de la Cruz, Valparaiso, Chile (with Universidad Federico Santa Maria).

Vishwanath Kashikar

Kashikar is an Associate Professor at CEPT University Ahmedabad. His research engaging time-based architecture, flexibility in space use as it plays out in vernacular, modernist and contemporary architecture has been published internationally. His architectural practice includes commercial, educational, housing and domestic projects. He has led workshops at BV Doshi’s Vastushilpa Foundation, CEPT University, ETSAM University Madrid and Singapore. His Dip. Arch degree was jointly awarded by CEPT University Ahmedabad and ETH Zurich in 2000 and his MA Arch in 2008 by NUS Singapore.