will alsop – ricky burdett – bill gething – cj lim – ken yeang – alejandro zaera
in a recent trip to london, i had the great pleasure to interview some of the city’s most relevant names in architecture and sustainability for our internet tv channel EUTV. you will soon be able to see these interviews on the web.
will alsop – one of UK’s most prominent architects. founder of smc alsop, responsible for projects such as the sharp centre for design (canada) or peckham library and media centre (UK). he is also a recognised artist and has been a tutor of sculpture at central st martins college of art & design (london).
ricky burdett – professor in architecture and urbanism in the london school of economics, director of the urban age programme and founding director of the lse cities programme that explores links between architecture, urban design and urban society. he is the author of the book the endless city, based on the work done for the urban age programme.
bill gething – chair of the sustainable futures group of the riba and riba president’s sustainability advisor. partner of the architectural firm feilden clegg bradley studios, responsible for sustainability oriented projects such as the underground gallery at the yorkshire sculpture park or the northampton academy (UK).
cj lim – a top researcher on sustainable urban development, director of international development at the bartlett faculty of the built environment, UCL. he is behind research projects such as multi-cultural or how green is your garden and he is the winner of 4 RIBA international teaching awards.
ken yeang – leading architect in ecological design, he is the author of a number of books on sustainable architecture, including eco skyscrapers and ecodesign instruction manual. director of the architectural firm llewelyn davies yeang. he has recently been considered one of the 50 people who could change our planet by the british newspaper the guardian.
alejandro zaera – founder and director of foreign office architects, responsible for projects such as yokohama international ferry terminal and the spanish pavillion at expo 2005 in aichi, japan. he is the dean of the berlage institute in rotterdam and teaches at several other architectural schools around the world. he is an advisor of the urban age program.