Cecilie Gravesen | Studio Manager/Producer
Cecilie is a visual artist and has produced installations and films for a range of artists' studios since finishing her MA in Curating at the Royal College of Art. Curatorial interests centre around artists' critical engagement with heritage; clients include The Danish Film Institute, The Pergamon Museum, Berlin, the National Trust, and Film and Video Umbrella, London. Cecilie’s own work looks for resistance in material culture where objects become vehicles for social transformation. She is Honorary Research Associate at UCL Inst. of Archaeology and recent resident artist with Centre for Critical Heritage Studies at University of Gothenburg. Own screenings include UK Crafts Council, David Roberts Art Foundation, and Camden Arts Centre. Teaching includes Central Saint Martins College of Art, Goldsmiths University, and Copenhagen School of Architecture.
Johanna Just | Designer & Researcher
Johanna is an initiator of The Bakerloos and teaches Undergraduate Architecture Unit C at Oxford Brookes University. Johanna graduated from the Bartlett with an MArch (Distinction) degree in 2017. Studying under Laura Allen and Mark Smout in Unit 11, her final project was awarded the Bartlett School of Architecture Medal. Her works explore the potential of process-driven design methods for the build environment. She has taught at the Bartlett and University of Hanover and worked with Haworth Tompkins, BeL, AY Architects and Smout Allen. Before coming to London Johanna studied Architecture at IUAV in Venice and at University of Hanover.
Ness Lafoy | Designer & Researcher
Ness is an initiator of The Bakerloos and teaches Architecture Unit C at Oxford Brookes. Ness has previously worked with Moxon Architects, Haptic Architects, Smout Allen and as a Y1 Design tutor at the Bartlett. She graduated from The Bartlett with an MArch (Distinction) in 2017 and was named as one of Blueprint Magazine’s “graduates to watch.” During her time in Unit 11, taught by Laura Allen and Mark Smout, she explored architecture’s role in the rewilding of broken landscapes, the augmented alpine sublime and typology generation. Her work has been awarded the RIBA Bronze Presidents Medal and the Fitzroy Robinson Drawing Prize.
Ana Nicolaescu | 3D Artist & Researcher
Ana joined the studio in the summer of 2018, shortly after graduating with an AA Diploma from the Architectural Association in London. Since then, Ana has taught Unit 6 at the AA Summer School and organised various workshops and talks about game world representations at RCA, the Architectural Association, and The Cass. Ana is currently working on pixelhero00.com, a web-based project that records, reformats and presents IRL experience in real time.