Samaneh Moafi is an Iranian/Australian architect and researcher. She completed her MArch with honors in the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS). Moafi has and continues to work with prestigious art and architecture practices in Australia and UK (e.g. Forensic Architecture). She has also taught at Universities such at UTS, the Architectural Association, the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL and Royal College of Arts (RCA).
Olivia Neves Marra is a Brazilian architect graduated at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and postgraduate at The Berlage Institute in Rotterdam, with a project recently published in the book Tehran – Life Within Walls: A City, Its Territory, and Forms of Dwelling, edited by Hamed Khosravi (Hatje Cantz, 2017). She has collaborated with several offices, such as L’AUC in Paris, before starting her research at the Architectural Association.
Naina Gupta is an architect and she has a B.Arch from Bangalore University in India and a M.Arch and a M.Phil from the Architectural Association, School of Architecture in London. She is a registered architect in India and has a decade of experience in total in architectural practices in Bangalore, Bombay, Singapore and Netherlands. In 2010, she participated in the research programme at Strelka in Moscow following which she worked between Strelka and OMA on a research project on the Russian Hinterland. Currently, along with studying a PhD at this school she is teaching a unit and some HTS at the Aarhus School of Architecture in Aarhus, in Denmark.